You are a dreamer. I am a dreamer. Each and every one of us has the capacity, not only to dream of the future we would love to experience, but also to make that dream come true.
How much of your dream about your future is authentically yours? How much of your dream comes from your parents, your peers, society? Is your dream your authentic dream at all? Are you sure?
Your mind not only consists of a dream of how your future will unfold; it also consists of emotions, which is the motor that drives your actions that transforms your dreams into reality.
Over the coming week I will be proposing five questions to ask to be certain that your dreams belong exclusively to you, and that you are feeling right about what you are dreaming:
Is this dream giving you the real rewarding circumstances that you so much want to experience, or is it giving you shallow rewards that society insists are valuable? Trying to achieve what’s right and valuable for you without knowing the nature of what’s really right and valuable creates a life of disappointment and frustration. What’s right and valuable is expressing and experiencing your uniqueness and the feeling of freedom that this brings.
Be sure to check out my latest feature in the Huffington Post: Unexpected Teachers: 5 Things I Learned From a Great White Carp. And 7 Tips For Living With The Wisdom Of A 70-Year-Old And The Passion Of A 20-Year-Old (Illustrated)
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