Definition of dreams: (noun)
..."a series of thoughts, images, and sensations occurring in a person's mind during sleep."
But there is another definition of 'dreams' as a verb:
..."to contemplate the possibility of doing something."
Unfortunately, we tend to confuse these two definitions. We put the dreams we have for our future in the same category as the dreams we have during sleep.
But have your ever thought about how real your sleep dreams are? Have you ever had a dream so vivid that you woke up crying, screaming, or even laughing?
When we dream overnight, the images may be in our minds, but we are able to react in a real way.
That's because our minds do not differentiate between the our thoughts and the physical realm.
That's an important fact to consider when you use 'dream' as a verb. When you think of doing something, the mind responds to those thoughts.
If you hold the image of your dreams and goals being achieved, you will respond to that image as fact. You will feel elated, thrilled, and downright happy.
Dreams may start in our minds, but if we leave them there, we are missing out.
Take your dreams into the physical world by believing them.
Dreams are for doing.
They are the stuff of your life story.