You must leave your comfortable metropolis and venture into the wilderness of your intuition. What you'll uncover will be fantastic. Who knows, perhaps some day you will create a miracle or two.
The power of imagination is one of life's greatest mysteries. We all know that what we imagine becomes real in some form, but why this should be so, no one has been able to explain. Scientists have proved that images created by the brain are responsible for certain actions being performed without any physical input from the body. This shows that thoughts can be as powerful as impulses of electricity which flow through our brains. It also suggests that dreams are possible to achieve because they can trigger an image in your mind that creates a new reality.
We spend a third of our lives sleeping and yet many people disregard their dreams. They believe that dreams are just that- mere fantasies that will never come true. However, this idea is not based on fact since studies have shown that dreams influence our daily lives in many ways. Some examples include dreaming about falling down stairs is used by doctors to diagnose heart problems. Also, remembering your dreams can help you solve problems in your life.
Quotes by Walt Disney If we have the guts to follow our ambitions, they can all come true. Whether you want to go fast, far, or just away -- dreams will take you there!
Walt Disney invented the dream and made it come true for millions of people all over the world. He showed that anyone with a goal in life can reach it if they are willing to work hard. Today, his spirit lives on in all of us who visit Disneyland Park, watch Disney movies, or play Disney games.
Walt Disney once said, "Dreams are real things that come true if you work hard enough." This shows that even though dreams may seem impossible at times, if you keep trying they will become reality.
In conclusion, dreams are real things that come true if you work hard enough.
As I journeyed across the vast wilderness, I got to a specific spot where there was a den, and I lay down to sleep there, and as I slept, I had a dream. And in my dream, I saw a man standing by me. He was dressed in white clothes, like unto God's own apparel. His name was "Ezekiel". He said to me, "Son, be not afraid of them; for I am with thee to deliver thee." Then he spoke words into my heart that gave me great courage. He told me that I was to be taken up into heaven, then he told me that I must return to earth again.
After he had spoken these words, I awoke from my dream. I remembered it all later when I wrote it down. I knew then that it was a vision sent directly from God, and it has always been within my reach whenever I want to see it.
All through history, people have had similar dreams. Some call them visions, others call them messages from God. But no matter what you call them, these things are real, and they can happen to anyone if they're willing to accept them.
So, yes, John Bunyan really did have a dream, and many other people have had similar dreams.