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The practice of day dreaming seems to fade away when we get older andmature Why Arent our imaginations supposedly more sanctified to theprecepts of maturation Day dreaming is where who we are or at least ourperception of who we are and who we can become collide Somewheresomeone something told us to grow up stop day dreaming be an adultand get a job buy a house have some kids and build from there butwhat happen to that idea or that dream we had when were younger Why didit die Who killed it Most of the boundaries or rules we establish inthe growing up process tell us what we cant do or what we shouldnt doinstead they should be empowering us to our fullest potential Imagineliving around one person who accomplished what was to be nearlyimpossible according to what the norm was I wonder how many others thatperson will influence to do the same It is an old Hebrew saying thatone can put a thousand to flight and two can put ten thousand That issome crazy math It doesnt even make sense That is the power though ofdreams coming true The impossible becoming possible It is almost as ifwe need a brain washing of sorts wash away the negativity and not latchon to what we cant do but baptize ourselves in the possibilities ofwhat can happen I remember reading a letter that was sent by a man tosome people he was mentoring Id say youll do best by meditating on things true noble reputableauthentic compelling empowering the best not the worst thebeautiful not the ugly things to praise not things to curse I cando anything because of the strength within meIt is simple whatever we fill our minds with become our guide If weonly think about what we can do we will never do what we can Those whodid great things believed somehow they would make a difference orbelieved they could become the difference
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