Quote by Anais Nin:
“Throw your dreams into space like a kite, and you do not know what it will bring back, a new life, a new friend, a new love, a new country.”
With so many dreams of mine, it might be fun to take the advice of this quote and release them all into the Universe, and then wait and see what gifts they bring.
I love this quote because it gives me a childlike sense of wonder in my heart and soul. Oh how I long for the innocent days of my youth, spending the day flying a kite! This was the age when we began to dream, and find out who we were, and what we loved to do, and who we wanted to become.
Sometimes I do get a little confused because I’m not sure which dream to focus on first, or how to prioritize my dreams there are so many of them. I feel fortunate having so many dreams, and hopefully with these odds one of them will come true! But for now, when I really think about it, there’s only one dream that I could actually envision, the others are just ideas in my imagination that I’m still developing and creating.
It seems over the years so many dreams come and go, but I guess the really important ones stick with you for a lifetime. Those are the ones we need to release, set free, and if they keep coming back, those are the ones we must pursue.
I just read another quote by Friedrich Schiller that sums it all up: “Keep true to the dreams of your youth.”
Keep on Zen Dreaming!