Dreams beget dreams
Dreams shared in a creative environment multiply.
Glen A. McQuirk
Perhaps you can recall times when you spent time with a group of friends or family sitting around a camp fire or dining room table sharing ideas and dreams. One persons dream may have sparked another’s. Dreams might have been reinforced or developed further. Probably people were energized and everyone had an uplifting experience. There could have been a level of enthusiasm that few other discussions were able to generate. I go to bed after discussions like these feeling energized, excited and optimistic about the future. All it had taken was one person to boldly share their dream. When they did, it ignited others. Let’s plan sessions like this and call them Dream Night. A safe environment in which we can share our dreams and receive encouragement could be the greatest family investments we could make.
What would you talk about at your Dream Night?