Our dreams come as a result of an experience or thought we had before going to sleep and that’s why I can say I have had dreams about my crush “Queeneth” back in school and these dreams could win me an Oscar (You know what I mean). Funnily, I never had a one-on-one discussion with her; just “Hello”, and I say to myself: “Do dreams really come true?”
Many people hold on to a dream they had over the night and feel it will come to pass in real life. Some even go ahead to look for an interpreter. Even worse, some pay huge amounts to make this happen.
Well, that begs the question “Do you believe in the ‘sleep-dreams’ or do you believe in your aspirations and dreams?”
Dreams could be likened to a car that needs gas to get into motion more so our dreams need gas to be in motion which are our feelings and thoughts.
The truth is our dreams and those which we create by fantasizing work based on our feelings we attach to them. Constant feelings and thoughts on any of the forms of our dreams eventually come alive; not because we see it but because we believe in it.
God has given us the power and authority to make decisions and we are not made from images that come and go, but by what we hold on to the most.
Your dreams do not make your future, but they are options for us to choose from. So choose what you want and dismiss dreams or thoughts that do not look like the future you want.
Photography by Elisa Ursalas(www.imgion.com:jar-of-dreams)