Don’t put a limit on anything. The more you dream, the
further you get.
— Michael Phelps
Let us feel that our purposes are animated and inspired from
on high and then let us go forth and make our dream come
true in human experience.
— “The Science of Mind,” page 477
So much has been written and said about dreams. We
encourage our young people to follow their dreams and tell
them that they can do anything. What if we said the same
thing to our spouses, partners, colleagues and elders? Since time
and space are human creations, there is no time limit on dreams.
The saying, “I never dreamed I’d be able to do that” or “get
that job” or “marry this amazing being” fascinates me. When
did we stop dreaming? When did we get stuck in reality and
cease to believe that we could be the prime minister or president
or opera singer or writer or dancer or magician or steamboat
Dust off your dreams and create new ones. Because what we
know is that if we can dream it, we can achieve it.
In the famous words of John Lennon: “You may say I’m a
dreamer, but I’m not the only one. I hope someday you’ll join us
and the world will live as one.”
I dream little and big dreams and know that they are all good for
Daily Guide February 8, 2018 – Science Of Mind Magazine
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