I am an idealist. I admit it. I truly am, and always have been. The people I admire most in life are also idealists. Jane Goodall, Nelson Mandela, David Attenborough, Martin Luther King, even Jesus.
People with big dreams and visions. Not for themselves. Not for their own ego. Their intent probably wasn’t to become famous. But they all had a dream. A bigger vision. A mission. A calling.
They are not the superhero action types. They are not the ones shouting and screaming. Selling you “stuff”. They are the silent warriors, that try to achieve change through being an example themselves, and through creating awareness. And by being a beacon of calm in a sea of chaos.
I am not one to be like anyone else, above all I want to be me. Fully. But… I would love to fall in the category of my heroes. To be that silent warrior. Someone who really creates change. Who is not screaming on stage. But people still know they can turn to.
My goal is not to become famous. Not to be rich. Those all would be side-effects that would aid me in creating that ideal world. But if I can be a part of this shift without being famous or rich, I would be equally as happy.
I have a dream.
A dream of a healthy planet.
A dream of people living in harmony with her and all her residents.
A dream of animals not suffering or going extinct due to the actions of mankind.
A dream of people taking responsibility for their own lives and actions.
A dream of people being able to understand animals and nature, in every possible way.
A dream where people no longer need chemical medicine, but trust on nature to provide.
A dream where people stop trying to control nature and other people, but treat each other with respect and love.
A dream of a world without the dogma’s of religion.
A dream where I am a part of this awakening process.
A dream where I am a teacher and healer through my given talents.
A dream where old systems have been broken down and made space for a more natural way of life.
A dream where this is no longer a dream but reality. Where one day I can truly say:
I HAD a dream.
I am done with people saying to me: get real. This IS my reality. I can’t do it any other way. And I know I am not the only one.
And yes. Imagine is my life song.
Bumblebee, the amazing animal spirit that is guiding us in the Down to Earth Spirituality membership group next month, is also about accomplishing the impossible. To have that supreme confidence and deep belief that you can achieve anything you want. And for me, that is the above. I look forward to learning its lessons on this.
What about your biggest dreams? Do you find them to be impossible?