“I Have A Dream”. We all have dreams, yet, Martin Luther King, Jr.’s dream was and is still so profound. Is it because it touched so many people globally? Is it because of the spokesperson he was, or is it because we need to have dreams and hope to create a different future? Maybe its all of the above.

When we stop dreaming, we stop wanting, hoping for some other way and possibly stop really living fully, completely. Think about the dreams you have; for yourself, your children, your friends, your community, your state, your country, your world. Are your dreams within reaching distance or are they so far away, you have no possibility of attaining them. Can you create other dreams more within reach and then keep extending your self further until you can envision your dreams coming to fruition. Are dreams the same as goals? I think we set goals that are attainable and dreams are something we wish for and not sure how to make fully real.

‘I Have A Dream” is a statement we can all relate to on a daily basis. This is Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy which has and will continue to inspire generations of people.

What is your dream? Have you thought about what you want to leave behind when you die?



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