Dreams are successions of images, ideas, emotions, and sensations that occur involuntarily in the mind during certain stages of sleep.The content and purpose of dreams are not definitively understood, though they have been a topic of scientific speculation, as well as a subject of philosophical and religious interest, throughout recorded history.The kind of dreams we’re are on about is the ones you develop while awake.
Everybody has dreams and most people have goals. If you want your goals and dreams to become reality, you must move toward them consistently and purposefully. By nature, we always begin with distance between where we are and where we want to be. Our job is to narrow that distance until it no longer exists. To accomplish that, we need to draw our goals and dreams closer to us, while simultaneously moving toward them.
Some people attempt to attract their goals without taking much action. Others choose to act on their goals, but without the added advantage of also drawing those goals to them. Action alone can bring positive results, but it is much faster to combine the two techniques.
For the sake of clarity, let’s differentiate between dreams and wishful thinking. In some conversations, the two might be interchangeable. Not so in this case. When we talk about dreams, we are really talking about highly desirable goals, future realities that we fully intend to realize. For our purposes, a dream is something that we are willing to work toward, and are determined to manifest, just like a goal.Having coincided with the International Day For Street Children,we chose to ask ourselves whether they too have dreams.If so, what kind of dreams? If not, how do we empower them?
Join us this Friday 10th April 2015 at Dedan Kimathi University Of Technology at the Recently launched KileleLab (DeHUB) for an Open Mic and Spoken Word forum among other Entertainment as we discuss Dreams and the Street. We will also have a Twitter Chat to join the World in the Commemoration using #TweetForTheStreet and #Dare2Dream.Don’t forget your laptop,we’ll provide free WiFi.
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