Reflections

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    Maggie

    I am definitely an ambitious person. I’m always striving to be the best person that I’m capable of and I want the best for myself. One of my biggest dreams is to reach financial freedom and security. I didn’t have this growing up and I deserve to feel this type of security. Also, when I have kids, I don’t want them to have to go through what I went through. Although I’m still young, I already have a credit card and a savings account so I know I’m on the right track. Another long-awaited dream of mine is to live in New York City. And this absolutely will happen, I’ll make sure of it.

    1 year ago
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    Mike

    The one in which, through God’s leading, I overcome my selfishness consistently enough to allow others to be able to trust me without question.

    1 year ago
  3. Maurice Frank

    Walking the Camino

    1 year ago
  4. Malag

    I’m livin the dream 😁

    1 year ago
  5. O.Christina

    The legendary speech of Martin Luther King jr. comes to mind, which has had an impact on me since young. It comes down to do what I can to help reduce suffering wherever it comes to meet me and so possibly make this world a little better place for all.

    1 year ago
  6. SirPee

    The dream to keep being a better person and to continue on this journey of gratefulness/gratitude without fail.

    1 year ago
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    Lilly

    Be patient and content

    1 year ago
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    MemoPC

    That at the end of my day (each day and as a collective whole ) my dream is like prayer that hopes I will have left life a little better than I found it.

    1 year ago
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    Mark

    The dream to walk in the footsteps that God would want me to do. The dream of grateful living and the willingness to surrender life’s expectations. The dream to follow my heart with every breath I take. The dream to have faith in the universe and LET GO! The dream to marry the woman who makes me better and to raise children who make my heart melt. The dream to live a life I am proud of.
    And so it is

    1 year ago
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    db82258

    Live with a joyful heart as free and wild as the wind.

    1 year ago
  11. Melissa

    That we can save animals, botany and humans from climate change extinctions and suffering. That we as a global community carefully keep our EARTH from harm. Together do all we can to save this incredible planet from human destruction and become good human planet caretakers. To keep us all vibrant and healthy. This dream is in me and I have hope that together we can.

    1 year ago
    1. Michele

      ‘good human planet caretakers’ – love that:)

      1 year ago
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    Lauryn

    That I will learn to find happiness.

    1 year ago
  13. Don Jones

    That there is an awakening… a broad scale seeing of the differentiation between the little self and the big self. The little one’s knowledge is the ending of wonder. The Big One’s knowledge is the beginning of wonder. The little one is heady and knowing and smart. This one will buy knowledge at the expense of mystery every time, and sooner or later it gives them a splitting headache. The Big One buys mystery at the expense of knowledge till all that’s left is the Mystery itself, the Perfectly-known-as-unknowable-Source that is the cure of all the headaches it gives rise to.

    1 year ago
  14. Linda

    I see our grandson becoming ever more successful in his chosen profession. We have nurtured him since he was a baby (his parents were largely absent) and he is fulfilling his dream of being a writer and actor. He is still young but already has had significant successes. And, he is a stellar human being, always looking out for the welfare of others.

    1 year ago
  15. Elaine

    We are experiencing the catastrophic impact of climate breakdown here in BC right now.

    Along with the true climate justice leaders the world over, my dream is that a critical mass recognize that the fossil-fuel era is over and that we will radically reduce our use of oil, gas and coal by 2030, and almost entirely by 2050. That we meet climate change with real systemic change, and defeat the fossil-fuel industry in the next nine years. That we act with calm and compassionate intelligence to transform our societies from extractive to regenerative economies.

    1 year ago
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