My favorite thing to ask my friends is about their dreams. Not the "last night I had a dream" kind but the ones that exist in our minds all the time. When the answer to "what is your dream?" comes, I see a different light in the eyes. I see a secret hope and joy that accompanies those who dream.
Dreams are magnificent but dreamers, even more. Each one of us one has the capacity to dream.
Dreaming costs absolutely nothing and it makes a huge difference in our lives.
Dreams feed the hope in us so it is important to take the time to dream.
You and I have many dreams. They might be hindered by your daily schedule. Life is so full of demands and those urgencies push dreams to the back of our subconscious.
I'm here to encourage you to dream again.
Dreaming takes virtually no time and it makes an enormous difference in our lives.
I know you have dreams for your children. I know you have dreams for your spouse. I know you have dreams for your department at work. What I really want to know if if you can consider for a moment the dreams you have for yourself.
Consider that dream that looks nothing like what you are currently doing. It may have been a childhood dream or something that recently came into your mind.
I want you to encourage you to keep dreaming.
Dreams not only feed the hope in you but they awaken the joy in you. I'm amazed at how God created us to dream and to find joy in it.
So, you have to do something that's unlike your dream. Don't feel that bad because that's called responsibility. You are also responsible for awakening the hope and the joy that comes when you simply dreaming again.
Take the time to dream: it will enhance your life. What is your dream my friend?
"When the Lord brought back the captivity of Zion, We were like those who dream. Then our mouth was filled with laughter, And our tongue with singing. Then they said among the nations, “The Lord has done great things for them.” The Lord has done great things for us, And we are glad."
Psalm 126:1-3 (NKJV)