Dreams are powerful.
They can be a window into alternate realities; or they can be the driving force for creation and change.
Martin Luther King Jr. had a dream so powerful that it inspired millions to embrace racial equality.
Walt Disney's dream of bringing alternate worlds into reality was so powerful that it still lives in the form of a company that bears his name.
John F. Kennedy dreamed of putting a man on the moon by the turn of a decade; in a time when not even the micro-chip had been invented. And yet, his dream was so inspiring that it moved people to source the raw materials and create the instruments needed to make it a reality.
But everybody has dreams, so what makes these people exceptional from everybody else?
How come not everyone is following their dreams if we have so many examaples of people who have dared to dream big and let their lives be defined by them?
Could it be that dreams and visions are a manifestation of the Divine's will and some of us are not willing to accept it?
Maybe it is in recognizing the answer to this question that we get to access our true power and is the key to a long lasting legacy.
I do not know the answer myself. But it is worth considering the question. Wouldn't you agree?