Are you a dream builder? Do you allow yourself to dream, nourish those dreams, and take steps to make your dreams come true?
Throughout my life, I’ve worked on discovering and building my dreams, including finding my dream job as a group therapist and also returning to Disney World this week with people I love. The workers at Disney World see themselves as Dream Builders, as you can see in this sign:
Like Walt Disney, I’ve wanted to do things; I wanted to build things, to get something going, so let’s get this post going, shall we? Peeking up over that good kind of wall is the symbol of Disney World’s Epcot — the Geodesic Sphere that houses the attraction “Spaceship Earth.” Yesterday, my son Aaron and my niece Victoria, who has this tattooed on her ankle ….
… rode through Spaceship Earth twice, the second time choosing French as their language.
Do you see any dreams being built in these other photos?
Everybody’s dreams are different. For my boyfriend, Michael, Disney World might be his worst nightmare, so I doubt I’ll build any dreams of us visiting here together in the future. Michael, who stayed behind in our dream home near Boston, loves raccoons, so I told him I’d include these photos in my blog today:
Here’s my favorite ride at Epcot:
That video doesn’t capture the full experience of “Soarin,” which allows me to fulfill a childhood dream of flying wherever I want to go, like Peter Pan (which I’ve previously blogged about here and here). I dream that you all get to witness the spectacular things the dream builders have created here at Epcot, if that is indeed your dream, too.
What dreams are you building, these days?
It’s also a dream, for me, that I get to build a new blog post every day, which is read by all of YOU.