Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Why Dreams Die

Show me a person who no longer dreams and I'll show you a cadaver.  The world is filled with them, zombies who wander through life without any sense of purpose.  Before a dream dies, it cries for help.  Here are seven warning signs your dreams are in poor health:
  1. When a new dream is showing at your local movie theater, you are too busy to go see it.
  2. Your friends and family members give your dreams bad reviews.
  3. You start listening to your critics.
  4. Sneak previews and special engagements of your dreams no longer inspire you to pursue them.
  5. You stop sharing your dreams with your loved ones because you no longer believe they can be made into a sequel of your life.
  6. You decide to cut dreams out of your budget because you think the cost is too high.
  7. You let a couple of nightmare experiences make you fearful of dreams and decide to pull the plug.
If your dreams are on life support, there is still time to put them in intensive care and nurse them back to good health before it's too late.  Sleep on these ideas:
  1. You are the main character placed in the script.  The plot may appear twisted at times, however, your dreams are what make your story unique.  The nightmares add suspense.  
  2. Follow the director's lead.  He gives you dreams to help you visualize the meaning of your life.  He promises you a happy ending as long as you don't give up.
  3. Don't worry how many people are in the audience.  The only thing a dream needs is for one person, you, to believe it has potential.  One dream can change the world.  Maybe you should check out a matinee.

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