Poor people are those who do not have Dreams rather do not have Money…
Dreams often come true to those who clearly understand that there is a hefty price for every big prize.
Do not postpone what’s important to you simply because others don’t share your priorities
It was wonderful, Pris.”
“What was, honey? The meeting? The champagne?”
“The eclipse,” said Ricki. “It was probably the most real thing I’ve ever seen, but it was also like a dream. You know what I mean? Real and unreal, beautiful and strange, like a dream. It got me high as a kite, but it didn’t last long enough. It ended too soon and left nothing behind.”
“That’s how it is with dreams,” said Priscilla. “They’re the perfect crime.
Maintaining your awareness of little victories keeps you going on the way to your big dreams.
Dreams can be either fate or a warning.
Dreams have a way of persisting. They just don’t come true until you DO what you CAN.
This was the danger of sharing your dreams with your parents. If you told them you wanted to learn to play the guitar, all they heard you say was, “I want to learn to play the guitar,
I had a dream about you last night.
We moved into a cabin in the countryside.
I couldn’t handle the spiders.
You couldn’t handle my drama.
I moved back to the city.
Beware of those who steer you away from your heart’s true happiness. It would make them happy to see you steer yourself right next to them, sitting with both your hearts bitter.