Tuesday Thoughts by YoTrip for January 17, 2012-LIVE THE DREAM (Vol.1, Iss.3)
LIVE THE DREAM
“Yesterday we dared to dream, today we continue to find ways to live the dream.”~YoTrip
Over the last few days the hopes and dreams of the late, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. were recited by the young and old, black and white, the poor and rich all over the nation. It is the words that the great orator, Dr. King that spoke of a time when we lived in harmony and equality was available for all men. For last forty years since Dr. King’s death, we have heard the message “dare to dream” and then find ways to Live the Dream. Dr. King believed that his dreams were within reach and could be achieved by the efforts of all people.
Live the Dream is a call to action that all can choose to embrace. How do you view the world? Where do you see yourself in the world? What can you do to make the world better? Why is it important for you to Live the Dream? When will you start to do your part to Live the Dream? These questions are posed to help you put your thinking cap on and let your mind go to work.
Today and always find the path to Live the Dream by living your dreams. Let your dreams be your guide, your driver, your reason for seeking to be and do more. Live the Dream and know that when you dream, you keep your mind open to the infinite opportunities waiting for you on the horizon. To Live the Dream gives honor to the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Turning Back Is NOT An Option!
~Words and Thoughts Artist~
mouth, sweet sounds to my ears.The
results of a love affair between
pen and paper, words”
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