Why Having a Dream is Important
“Your energy unfulfilled can actively create emotions so you inherit many unnecessary problems.”
Johwa Choi – Harmony Meditation
Do we ever really consider that we are creating emotions in order toÂ be fulfilled? Â I think I normally view my emotions as something that is happening to me. I think most people feel this way or that their emotions are part of them. However I have definitely noticed that if my mind is not focused on something worthy that has benefit and purpose, it affects my energy and body. Â I also see it in others all the time. Â Maybe if we look we will see that when our energy is unfulfilled we may tend to be more emotionalÂ and bicker over trivial things more.
When you have a dream you are working for trivial things seem even more trivial. Â Have you experienced that while focusing on something more important than yourself that every day gossip and the “he said, she said” conversations seem to be such a waste of time?
Have you noticed that people focusing on their dreams don’t tend to gossip Â much? Â I wonder ifÂ the lack of a dream makes us look for excitement and fulfillment through creating unnecessary emotions? Â It seems that when the small things occupy our mind they make us small and our talk is local. Â When we have a dream we are less focused on ourselves and tend to talk more globaly.
It reminds me of what Eleanor Roosevelt said, “Great minds discuss ideas; average minds discuss events; small minds discuss people.” Â I think that the bigger the dream the smaller those other things become.