It’s my dream

Dreams are ethereal energy.

When you begin to create your dream, it is no longer ethereal.  The  actions taken to realize your dream carry a whole different energy, whether personal or professional.

Once you open that first blank page; take that first step, toss that first shovel of dirt, to create your dream,  you are no longer a dreamer.  You are a creator.

A dreamer has not flavored the dream with intent.  A creator flavors every choice with intent.

Keep that in mind.

About Terri Patrick
Writer of Romance and Memoir. Life is an adventure, take that journey.

2 Responses to It’s my dream

  1. I always feel great when I have created a poem. a great photograph, or a piece of handiwork!


  2. terripatrick says:

    Here’s another view of what I meant with this post. I love when others post on the same topic. 🙂

    “I have had a lot of fantasies in my life, but not one of them has ever come true. Dreams, yes; fantasies, no. The fantasy is not interested in working with life, it just wants what it wants, and so life, not surprisingly, works only begrudgingly with it. A tyrant lives in a fantasy world, demanding his subjects suppress their will in order to act out some rigid vision of life the tyrant believes he requires to feel safe.” Bill’s full article is here:


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