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Monday, February 01, 2010

There are some people who live in a dream world, and there are some who face reality; and then there are those who turn one into the other.

-By Douglas Everett


The purpose of this project was to catapult us into the third choice - I'm wondering how well we did. How about you? Which one are you? Which one would you like to be?


jennielee226 said...

I think that I live in a dream world but unfortunatly have to make regular visits to reality.

sanehat said...

I am sure I want to live in a dream world, but the real world keeps intruding. I do feel though that there is light on the path to combining the two. I have made some changes to my life to do just that. I have a better understanding of what I want and why. And I have more changes under construction.

Shirley Twofeathers said...

I'm with Jennielee... living in a dream world with regular visits to reality... Pulling the two together in a good way - that's the trick!

Karla said...

I think I'm just the opposite. I live too much in reality and don't allow myself to delve into the dream world enough. I KNOW we need to dream to create what we want, but I feel, I dunno, selfish or time wasting to lollygag about dreaming. I need to work on letting myself fantasize more.

Shirley Twofeathers said...

Hi Karla - I totally get what you're saying, and years ago I used to spend an inordinant amount of time dreaming and doing the "I wish" thing. And then, one day, I decided I was tired of it. I didn't want to sit around wasting time daydreaming... what was the point if I wasn't going to be able to actually have it or do it.

Time passed... and one day I realized that I had become proactive. If I found myself wishing and daydreaming about something - I'd also find myself actually doing something about it...

That's probably why I have 28 blogs, 3 websites, a closet full of paintings, drawers full of prints, boxes full of mosaiac supplies, too many unfinished projects laying around, and a gagillion ideas banging around in my head trying to be more than just ideas.

I like being proactive... but HYPER-proactive is a bit much! And what happens is I have to retreat into a dream world just to have some peace and quiet in my head!

And I only just now realized all of this... so thank you Karla.

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