Fall in love with the Dreamer

Happy new year! Thank you for reading our blog posts. In 2020 we published fifty-two blog posts which we hope added value to you. In 2021 we hope to do the same in a much better way.

As the year begins, some people dream while others live ‘day by day’ What is better? To dream and see your dreams come to pass? Dream and not see your dreams come to pass? Or not to dream and take things as they come?

Kenny Rogers and Kim Carnes echo the pitfall of falling love with a dreamer in their hit song, ’Don’t Fall in Love With a Dreamer’

Don’t fall in love with a dreamer

‘Cause he’ll always take you in

Just when you think you’ve really changed him

He’ll leave you again

Don’t fall in love with a dreamer

‘Cause he’ll break you every time.

They sing about the person who is always thinking about the grass being greener on the other side but does not take care of their own grass.

The subject of resolutions or plans for the year has been ridiculed by statistics like, 90% of all people who set new year resolutions abandon them before the end of January. Looking at that and deciding not to have plans is like saying you won’t get on the road because people die in accidents.

In essence, dreams give us hope. A new year is an opportunity to dream again. Dreams come to pass when you tend to them. I love the attitude of George Bernard Shaw. He says, “You see things; and you say, ‘Why?’ But I dream things that never were; and I say, ‘Why not?’

May your dreams come to pass in 2021