Friday, December 10, 2010

Dream Thought #33 :Dreams



I had an amazing dream last Thursday night.
A dream that has forever changed how I look
at life.

Sometimes we look for answers in our lives,
the answers lie in our dream world. Don't
discount your night time dreams, my friends.
They are a precious resource as we go through our
lives.

Emily Bronte said it best:
"I have dreamed in my life, dreams that have stayed with me
ever after, and changed my ideas; they have gone through
and through me, like wine through water,
and altered the color of my mind."

Shellsigna

7 comments:

Sarah said...

What a beautiful and inspiring quote. I have had dreams that have never left me too and I love to remember my dreams. Have a lovely weekend!

Elisa Day said...

Inspiring thoughts. Have a great weekend

Dee said...

nice post to think about. I have dreams I can't remember, then there are ones that are so vivid that I can recite frame for frame. I really need to keep a dream book. The ones I can remember, tend to come true in some form or fashion.

Tracy said...

Emily's lovely quote and your own good advice inspires, Shell. So often my dreams have puzzled me, wondering how they can possibly be telling me something useful for my daily life. I must learn to tune in more closely. Perhaps I'm missing something I could really be using! :o) Happy Weekend ((HUGS))

Tristan Robin Blakeman said...

as always, inspiring words both quoted and by you!

I know how much you enjoy classical theatre, so I thought you would get a kick out of hearing that I spent lunch/the day with John Douglas Thompson, while he was in CT at Hartford State in Antony and Cleopatra with Kate Mulgrew. He was AMAZING. Brilliant and accessible and generous with his time and knowledge.

Hope all is well with you!!!

Tristan Robin Blakeman said...

...that's Hartford Stage, not State.

geesh.

Laurie said...

I have lots of dreams I can't remember, but somehow I know they were important.
After my Mom died I had a dream where she told me she was alright. It was very real.
Anyway, I love this Emily Bronte quote!
Hugs))