Sunday, February 10, 2013

Set Your Dreams Free

How many years have your dreams been locked up?  Do you remember the crime they committed?  What did they do to earn a life sentence in solitary confinement, these misfits that once lived inside your head when you were growing up?  I know I'm guilty of remaining silent while the world accused my dreams of being dangerous criminals capable of wreaking havoc on society.  Dreams are innocent.  It's time to take a stand today and free them from false imprisonment.  Here are some steps you can take to set your dreams free:
  1. Stop feeling guilty about incarcerating your dreams.  Dreams don't hold grudges.  Their only desire is to be with you.  They belong with you.  Go ahead.  Unlock the door today and give your dreams the life they deserve.
  2. Every dream needs a heart, like the Tin Man from the Wizard of Oz who was left outside in the rain.  Let your heart be the oil your dreams need to get moving again.
  3. Put your dreams back in your head where they belong.  Like the Tin Man's friend, the Scarecrow, your dreams are searching for a brain...yours.  They've been locked up long enough.  Each dream is a seed that longs to be planted in your field of dreams.  
  4. Give your dreams some courage.  The world can be a scary place.  Imagine your dreams are living in a time like The Hunger Games and they're fighting for survival.  Encourage them to stay alive no matter how bad the odds, just like the cowardly lion when he stood up to the wicked witch of the west.
  5. Close your eyes and click your heels.  No matter how far away you and your dreams happen to be, you can find your way home.  Your dreams will add some brilliant colors to your black and white world.  All you have to do is believe.
Have a great day.  Wherever your side of the rainbow may be, I hope your dreams are with you and you are enjoying a great life.

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