Dreams are like sleeping giants, they work best when they are awaken from the depths of our inner being and brought forth into reality; and when we dream of big things that we want to accomplish, it’s like the drowsy giant coming to life, slowly stretching and flexing its body until it reaches its full height. The things that we foresee when we are asleep can be frightening, especially when it’s something new, untried or foreign to our imagination. Has it been done before? Maybe. Can it be done? The possibilities are unlimited. The most important aspect about our dreams becoming a reality is that we must believe in them and ourselves. Too many times, we abort our hopes and dreams while waiting for others to affirm and validate what we have envisioned, and if they don’t agree with us, sadly most of the time the dreams are vanquished and forgotten.
We are living in an age of unlimited possibilities and in a country where dreams are encouraged because it was built on the hopes of men and women who dreamed of freedom of religion, speech and the pursuit of happiness. So what’s stopping us from making our dreams a reality? Faith in God and in ourselves, that anything is possible to them that believe.
In the Old Testament of the Bible it tells the story of how people from a variety of cultures came together under the edict of the king to build a tower that would reach heaven. They were so determined, that they worked tirelessly to accomplish something that had never been done before; and they worked together in unity because they believed that what they were doing would benefit each of them. These people were so persistent that God looked down and saw that something had to be done to deter them from reaching their goal, so He confused their language and they were unable to communicate with one another, thus the work ceased and people went their separate ways. The tower of Babel was never completed. Genesis 11:1-9
Our history is full of stories of those who dared to dream big, and took the steps to make their dreams a reality. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. envisioned a day when there would no longer be segregation in a nation that was built on the dreams of men and women known as pilgrims who sought to be free from religious and political oppression. There was a time when parents encouraged their children to dream of becoming something greater than who they were, to achieve a better lifestyle than living in poverty and lack, go to college get a degree, become a doctor, lawyer, banker, or work in community service as a fireman, policeman or even politician. Who knows, because of the unlimited possibilities, you could be a senator, serve in congress or become the first minority president.
Dreams are what we make them to be. Whether we accomplished them, is entirely up to us. We can no longer blame others, for our failures. We need to look deep within our souls and search for the truth, and find out what is hindering us from fulfilling our divine destiny and when we get to the root of the problem, we need to cut away all the weeds, thistles and thorns that are choking the life out of our dreams from being a reality. We need to start thinking positive rather negatively. We need to adjust our focus and stop allowing people and things to distract us from what is important. We must seek a higher authority, the counsel and wisdom of the Almighty and ask for His divine guidance and direction, and we must believe that we can achieve whatsoever we desire with His assistance.
A wise person once said to me, “You can do anything you put your heart and mind to do.” Then I read in the Bible where it says, “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.” Philippians 4:13 Now I Dream Big, for I know the Possibilities are Unlimited.
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