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Dare to Dream
Have you ever watched a child day dreaming? You know the type; they seem to always have their head in the clouds. They are the kind of kids that we are always telling to pay attention.
But what if we took a page out of their playbook and did some dreaming of our own?
That is exactly the point. Children create. My kids are always coming to me with things they have made. And if I am not as excited as they are, they feel like they have failed.
We, as adults, see the world as it is. If we were to sit back and dare to dream, how could we change it?
My family lives in a small town. When we go for walks, we always take a trash bag with us to pick up trash as we go. Our Kansas landscape is beautiful when all the trash is picked up.
We dream about a better place. Does anybody notice? We do, and that’s all that matters.
What are you dreaming about? Do you know that most dreams start with a, “What if” thought?
My son came to me the other day, “Dad, what if I tried to build this?”
There are so many things we can do if we take the time to dream. I have a friend who loves helping people so she became a fitness coach.
What could you do today? Could you start that book you always wanted to write? How about call a friend three states away that is going through a hard time? What about being a friend to a coworker that was in tears?
Ask yourself, what would happen if I paid for the person behind me? Maybe you should go ahead and write that poem that has been burning inside of you.
Take the time. Dare to dream. Don’t be afraid to change your world.