Tuesday, October 17, 2017
Dream the dream
By Jeorald Pitts/Lil Tone
Published May 19, 2011


Our capacity to do, depends on our capacity to dream. If we are afraid to let our thoughts go beyond the limits of reality and good sense, then we probably have been brainwashed into thinking that achieving our dreams are move closer to impossible then possible, Thus, not taking the time to build a bridge of action connecting our distant dream to our current reality. Most of us have never allowed ourselves to want what we truly want, because we can’t see how it’s going to manifest. Our dreams comes straight from our core, loaded with vital information about who we are and who we can become. We must cherish and develop them. I cannot over emphasize the power and valve of dreaming.

For many of us, our dreams have become deeply shrouded in the frustrations and routines of daily life that they seem to have disappeared. Remember dreams are not reserved for the select few with the right credentials or money or family or background. They are allotted equally to everyone. I believe life to be a series of dreams of a better life. Our dreams are born in our Imagination and what digging, plowing, and cultivating are to land, thinking, reflecting, and dreaming are to the imagination. The imagination is the movement of the universal mind within us. Our imagination creates the inner picture that allows us to participate in the act of creation; it’s the invisible link to manifesting our dreams.

Our dreams are not a matter of chance they’re a matter of choice they’re not things to be wanted they’re things to be achieved. So we can’t be paralyzed by the fear that we may not know exactly how to turn our dreams into reality, because if we do we will never be able to dream our lives into reality. Many have dreams but few choose to wake up and work hard enough to make them real. Weak dreams inspire weak effort. Dream strong and know what your dreams cost and be willing to pay the price. If one dream dies dream another dream. Whereupon, prosperity usually meets us at our level of expectancy. We must collect all of our tomorrows and put them in a colorful dream. Thus, clinging to the past is risking failure to survive in the present. I encourage you to seek and enjoy the life you currently may only be dreaming of. We live in a capitalist society that has very fertile ground for opportunity to blossom into dreams. We must learn how to turn dreams into reality, how to take the intangible and make it tangible. Dreams are very important; they could very well be the preview of your life’s coming attractions. You will never be given a dream without the tools to reach them. By passionately pursuing your dreams, you will be squeezing all the joy you can out of life.

Jeorald Pitts/Lil Tone is author of the book To Bang or Not to Bang a book of question now available at www.tobangornottobang.com, or preferred on line retailer.


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