Be Imaginative

John Maxwell’s fifth reason that most people have trouble identifying their dream is:


How do people discover their dreams? By dreaming! That may sound simplistic, but that’s where it starts. Imagination is the soil that brings a dream to life. Nobel Prize-winning physicist Albert Einstein, a dreamer and thinker, understood the value of imagination. He said, “When I examine myself and my methods of thought, I come to the conclusion that the gift of fantasy has meant more to me than my talent for absorbing positive knowledge.” Einstein called his imagination a “holy curiosity.”

If you come from a discouraging background, or you don’t think of yourself as an especially imaginative person, don’t lose hope. You can still discover and develop a dream. I am not one that considers myself  imaginative, but I do have an awesome vision and dream for the future. God has put that ability in every one of us. Just watch children. Let your mind wonder.

You have it in you to dream. Author Max Lucado is clear about your possibilities: “You aren’t an accident. You weren’t mass produced. You aren’t an assembly-line product. You were deliberately planned, specifically gifted, and lovingly positioned on the Earth by the master Craftsman.”

I believe God wants us to dream, and to dream big, because He’s a big God who wants to do big things and He wants to do them through us. Dale Turner asserts, “Dreams are renewable. No matter what our age or condition, there are still untapped possibilities within us and new beauty waiting to be born.” It’s never to late to dream. Be Imaginative.

I would love to hear what your dreams are. Send me an email and let me know what your dreams are and how I might be able to help you fulfill them.

Have an awesome day and dream big.

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