Dare to dream and be brave to Act- MLK Day
What dreams have you tucked away in your fantasies and buried in your self-defeat? The only thing standing between you and the realization of your dreams is you. We dream so big but feel to small to give it life. When we celebrate Dr. Martin Luther king Jr., we don’t only celebrate the dream, we celebrate his vigor and tenacity to give the dream a voice, to project it and pronounce it for the world to register and act on it. Many years later, his voice resounds in history and the dream is more alive than he ever imagined, so much that the generations to come will keep passing it on.
Have you dared to dream so loud, act bigger than your dream and ring its bell so loud that the world may know that your dream is alive. It is not enough to dream but what makes some unique is the power of mobilizing that dream from a subconscious state to reality. Such time as this, reminds us of the power of our individual dreams, in order words, it starts with you. You cannot fulfill a global or secular dream if your individualistic power is buried. It’s time to dig out those buried dreams, unfinished projects and start by setting a timeline projection to achieve them. Take the first big step to bring your dream to reality. Dare to dream and be brave to Act.