Wednesday, May 25, 2011


It is a fact that dreams have a price. But, not living our dreams also has a price. For the same money, we can either buy a horrible jacket that doesn’t fit or one that suits you and looks right. There will be difficulties in whatever we do in life, but it is better to have problems.That make sense because they are part of what we are trying to achieve. Otherwise difficulties merely seem insidious, one terrible setback after another. Dream followers have a greater responsibility, that of handling their own freedom. That may not seem like such a price, but it does require a level of awareness that we are maybe not used to.

We can control our destiny, but we must “read the signs,” which becomes possible when we start to see the world as one. The world can be read like a book, but we will never be able to understand it if we have a closed type of existence, complacent with our lot and unwilling to risk anything.

No heart has ever suffered when it goes in search of its dreams, because every second of the search is a second’s worth fighting for.