Every dream begins with a dreamer. And everyone has a dream. Something you hold near and dear to your heart that you would like to see become a part of your reality experience in life. Yes, there's a bit of a dreamer in everyone that began in your early childhood years. And, contrary to popular opinion, every dreamer dreams big. It might not seem like it from another persons limited perspective of looking from the outside in. But everyone has a vision for their life that's meaningful to them. And from the dreamers point of view their dream is big.
Rather your dream is to someday be a devoted, loving wife and mother. Or you're a good man desiring to become happily mated and married with two kids and a dog. Perhaps your dream is to become the first in your family to graduate from college. It may seem mediocre to someone else. But in the heart of the person holding that vision for their life it is big. And no one has the right to judge you as not dreaming big enough.
You see, not everyone is called, or have a personal desire, to live a grandiose lifestyle among the rich and famous. But just because your dreams don't involve material wealth and affluence doesn't mean it is a dream of less importance or value than the person who does dream of having those things. Everyone measures happiness and success differently. And to the person who dreams of being happily married with a white picket fenced house and a beautiful family of their own to fill it, that's happiness to them.
Or the person who dreams of returning to college and finally finishing that degree they never completed earlier in life, to them that's huge. Or the person who dreams of having a life surrounded by trustworthy people who are true friends. People who really have your best interest at heart. To those people, seeing those dreams come true will give them personal fulfillment which is the true measure of happiness and success.
So never belittle another person's dreams. Never judge anther person's heart desires for their life as less significant, less important, less valuable than yours. Never devalue or reduce someone else's dream to being mediocre simply because it doesn't seem as "grand" as the dreams, vision, and desires you may have for your life. Remember, everyone has dreams. And everyone dreams big. Because they dream of something that holds personal significance, value and importance to them.
More importantly, keep the dreamer in you alive. And never give up on your dreams no matter what anyone else's opinion of your dream is. After all, just like beauty, the magnitude and value of a dream is always in the eye of the beholder. So dream on...and dream Big!!!
Until next time...I surround you in Love & light!
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A One Love Production
By Anna M. Hendricks
Copyright December 2014