“One person with a dream is equal to 99 who just have interests.”
--The Daily Walk Bible
In the great Dr. Martin L. King, Jr.’s speech, “I Have A Dream,” Dr. King pictured an America much different than it was then. In his dream, everyone had equal rights. People of all different races got along together. Although we are still battling some of the same prejudices and effects of racism today, we’ve learned a lot through Dr. King, and we celebrate him for fighting for our civil rights and for his dream and his commitment to it.
Do you have dream? Has it been consistent throughout the months or years? Is it a dream to build a business, to write a book, to make music, to go back to school, or something else that you feel would gratify you and honor God? If you do, are you committed to your dream?
Write your dream down and hang it somewhere you’ll see it every day. You know the saying, “out of sight—out of mind.” Make your dream visible, and commit to its unfolding.
I have a dream!