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Keep Dreaming (365 Days of Spirited Living – DAY 155)

Keep Dreaming

“You have to dream before your dreams can come true.”
— A. P. J. Abdul Kalam

Everybody has, at one point or another, had a dream. I’m not talking about dreams you have while you’re sleeping. I’m talking about dreams of what you will do and where you will be in life. Some people’s dreams are big while others’ dreams are small. Oftentimes, those who have big dreams make a conscious decision to make their dreams a reality.  Read more…

Dreaming Possible (365 Days of Spirited Living – DAY 25)

Dreaming Possible

“Our dream, the desire that is in our soul, did not come out of nowhere. Someone placed it there. And that Someone, who is pure love and wants only our happiness, did so only because he also gave us the tools to realise our dreams and our desires.”
— Paulo Coelho

We are all capable of doing so much, yet very often, we end up doing so little. There is no guarantee that we will succeed at anything. There is a guarantee that we never have a chance of succeeding if we do not try. We are able to dream not for the sake of dreaming. We are able to dream because possibility lies beyond our dreams. We dream not because we need something but because we already have everything we need.

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Do You Have a Dream? (365 Days of Spirited Living – DAY 18)

Do You Have a Dream

“I have a dream.”
— Martin Luther King Jr.

Our efforts to make things better in the world, and our hope that they even can be better is at the heart of who we are as individuals and as part of the global community. Our dreams shape us and help us to commit to and connect with each other in unimaginable ways. The wisdom and knowledge we collectively have improve and enhance each others’ lives.

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Bring Your Dead Dreams To Life


Dreams never really die. Somewhere under the microscope of life, dreams live on. They grow. Every now and then, they come back to the forefront of our mind to remind us that they cannot be forgotten.

As children, we are often taught to dream big and that there is no limit to what we can accomplish. However, at some point in our journey called life, the reality and responsibility of adulthood embraces us, and we become more concerned with comfort and security. We avoid risks for fear of what could happen, to the neglect that it might not happen at all. For the most part, we take care to value our time, count our money, and a host of other things that keep us moving in some certain direction. Read more…

The Possible Dream

The Possible Dream

It never ceases to amaze me how so many people give up on their dreams prematurely. When a little trouble or hardship comes into their lives, they forget about what they really want to do in life. They forget about who they really are and throw away talent and purpose. They allow their dreams to become so small in light of their present circumstance. Dreams often go unfulfilled because people let them die. But no dream is really ever wasted. Good dreams are meant to come to pass, and most all of them do, sometimes in the most unexpected and unlikely ways. Read more…

Credit Comes with Work (Live. Pray. Hustle. 10/06/14)

Credit Comes with Work (Live. Pray. Hustle. 10/06/14) (Right-click to download)

Credit Comes with Work (Live. Pray. Hustle. 10/06/14)
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Dreaming vs. Working (Live. Pray. Hustle. 04/26/14)

Dreaming vs. Working (Live. Pray. Hustle. 04/26/14) (Right-click to download)

Dreaming vs. Working (Live. Pray. Hustle. 04/26/14)
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Standing, Fighting, and Dreaming

Today, we celebrate the birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr. Like many people, I believe this day should not only be about celebration, but about remembering, refocusing, and reexamining our own place and position in life. Martin Luther King, Jr. was a man who willingly and sacrificially stood up for the poor and helpless, fought against injustice with love, and dreamed for those who could not dream for themselves. In the heat of the Civil Rights battle, he could see the future of a brighter day. He knew that if he just kept at what he was called to do, one day, all his hard work would pay off. All the toil and sweat and tears would be worth it one day.
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