“My wish for you is that you succeed beyond your wildest imagination. That you find love in places that astound you. And that you have friends who call you “just because.” I dream that you go barefoot more than you wear shoes. That you play as hard as you work. And that you laugh more than you cry. I want you to set the bar high, but not too high. To reach for the stars, but with your toes on the ground. And to never, ever stop dreaming. But most of all, I wish for your happiness.
And these dreams of mine are what started it all.
The Universe”©Mike Dooley, http://tut.com
Look and listen from within that you will have all your dreams come true. Even if you feel like giving up, don’t as something, up there, is looking out for you. Imagine our vast Universe, where everything you see happen from that unimaginable force of energy that created what we see today. The Big Bang is something very difficult to imagine, even harder to believe. From emptiness to 100 billion more galaxies and possibly other Universes, the temperature in outer space had to be perfect. Scientists are scratching their head as to how and what triggered all of this. Divine intervention was obviously a part of all this, that is a given and even the most atheist scientist, Stephen Hawking previously believe that all was just a pure coincidence, until he realize that coincidence couldn’t have been a part of the equation in the Universe. It is too precise to just be coincidence.
So if all this is possible, at the level of our Universe, how easy can it be to make your dreams come true? I mean, you dreams aren’t to recreate something as big as the Big Bang right? So anything else can be handled by you, and ONLY you. I may have some participation to making your dreams come true faster than normal, but everything is based on you starting with these thoughts that will propel you to outer space. Don’t forget to also realize that you are human, and that power from within cannot be unleashed into the wild. You need to contain this force, the power you possess. I will stand by you to make sure you do not go overboard. The rest, well, you know how to go from here.
Dr. Dan Amzallag, PhD