It also speaks to me. 🙂
As I’ve stated many times before, I love coffee time, especially in the autumn, which is coming up! I’m so excited. 🙂
It’s so nice when we find someone or something that just understands us, isn’t it? No need to explain ourselves. No need to justify our thoughts or dreams. No need to be rational about our dreams or goals. Obviously, we need to be rational about anything we do. If we dream a dream that is totally unfathomable or affects other people, then we need to lower our expectations a bit. But for the most part, it’s just nice to imagine ourselves as Super Man or a world traveler with no cares. And that’s the point: to release our mind for a moment of all cares and worries in this crazy world.
Coffee is a great listener. What or who is your great listener? Who or what understands you?
I hope you have a great weekend and can sneak some coffee or tea time with a loved one or by yourself.
Be with those who encourage you, just as you encourage them.
The dreamers and the doers, the believers and the thinkers, and with those who see greatness within you, even when you don’t see it yourself.
This quote really speaks. Often times, I feel it is difficult to find people who share your dreams and visions, or even find people who will encourage you to pursue your dreams even if they don’t share your vision. Continue reading
I sometimes wonder what dreams other people have. Our dreams are quite personal and to share them is to invite mockery in a sense from those we love. Jesus said that a prophet is not accepted is his own hometown, meaning that those close to us (family, friends, etc.) are our biggest deniers. This can be good as they keep is grounded, but when we share our dreams or visions, they can be our biggest detractors. I feel this is we are hesitant to share our dreams with people as it’s like wearing your heart on your sleeve. Of course, however, there are other reasons like ourselves preventing our dreams from becoming reality due to lack of action on our part. This is a major stumbling block as well. Continue reading
So I’m a dreamer. I create grand illusions of the ideal life I want to live. From what I can tell, each of my brothers is the same and likely my father as well. We like to work, but we absolute hate the idea of having to live to work, rather than work to live. Most people, unfortunately, do the former. I think this is either because they lose site of the purpose of life or simply out of circumstance and necessity, which I think is most people. I believe God wants us to enjoy life, see the world/our countries, and live a life of peace and relaxation in which we focus on Him and doing his work.