Some of us have been told it is dangerous to dream, to use our imaginations. When we dream, we were told that we are building castles in the air. We have been tagged “Dreamers.” But our doubters fail to realize that every real castle, every home, every home was an ‘air castle’ in the mind of the Architect first.
Dreaming is creative, as it brings into reality our desires and hopes. The skyscrapers, and other amazing structures you see around today, were first a dream, then they were put down on paper as plans, before they were erected.
Every man or woman who has accomplished great things in life, have been a dreamer, and whatever they accomplished have been in direct proportion to the clarity, the energy, the persistency with which they visualized their desires, held to their dreams and struggled to make them a reality.
Never give up on your dream because it is presently not being realized, or because you’ve been told you can’t have them, or because you cannot see it coming true. Hold on to your vision with all the strength you have. Keep your dreams bright. Fan the flames of your desires; do not allow the challenges and successes of life dim it. Become ambitious and focused in the pursuit of your dreams. Read the books, blog posts, articles that will stimulate your ambitions. Get close to people who have done what you are trying to do, learn from them, “imitate until you emulate; match and surpass those who launched you.
“Do not be afraid of your vision, or your power to dream, ‘for without vision the people perish.” Live your greatest life!