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Take a moment to just daydream!

Updated on April 27, 2010

Okay---lets have a little fun. If you want to read gloom and doom just turn the news on and skip this.

Oh yes, we may not admit it but we all have those moments that we just admire or wonder what it would be like to have been there---or have done that---or have even been that person and as they say "walked in that persons shoes." Of course we only see and imagine what we like in that person and fantasize by taking that moment and secretly inserting ourselves into that life.

Maybe one might fantasize that they could have been that person in history that they had admired. (Eleanore Roosevelt)---comes to mind)

• Maybe one might fantasize that they were a movie star that they idolized for their acting skills or the role that they played. (Julia Roberts---comes to mind)

• Maybe you just won't admit it but you too are guilty of these daydreams and it is okay I won't tell.

Yes, I believe our moment of daydreaming and fantasizing can be very healthy in especially today's world of stress. Some would disagree because to them it would be very difficult to step away from that fine line that separates these moments and I understand.

• Here I will attempt to show you a couple of my daydreams because they would be impossible otherwise.

Just for a moment I can be that jazz or blues singer and Louis Armstrong will be leading the way.

Maybe I will just simply dance the night away?

Maybe now! after all of that I will sit back an do what I do best---Daydream?

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      UlrikeGrace 6 years ago from Canada

      Ginn I love this...as a writer I love to day dream...some of my best stories come out of day dreaming...dream on girl...

      Blessings UlrikeGrace

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      Feline Prophet 6 years ago from India

      We all need to daydream...it takes us out of the routine of our lives! :)

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      Ginn Navarre 6 years ago

      Grace yes, I think all things start with that piece of a dream that we build on. thanks

      Feline, I totally agree because daydreams have picked me up and dusted me off when I needed it the most.

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      Jerilee Wei 6 years ago from United States

      Lovely sentiments that we'd all be wise to heed. Thanks to you, I learned that day dreams are the seeds to making your dreams come true. We were all really blessed to have a mom that wise. Love you.

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      Ginn Navarre 6 years ago

      Jerilee, you being a dreamer has made you a great writer and as we both know it got us through some rough times. Everyone needs a open door to a dream---room. Love ya

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      Cris A 6 years ago from Manila, Philippines

      Ah yes, escaping from wherever we are in our lives, dreary or otherwise, is always a welcome respite. And it's a good exercise too if you're a writer.

      By the way, cool images my friend :D

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      fenzero 6 years ago from Arizona

      The great part of it is, when your senses get fully in tune, you'll start to even feel the daydream. It doesn't get better than that :) Great post as always :)

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      Ginn Navarre 6 years ago

      Ah young-un,we all need that escape route and just look where it can lead and you have proven that with your talent. So dream--dream---dream.

      fenzero Oh yes,as they say you have to FEEL THE BURN.

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      sheila b. 6 years ago

      Daydreaming is a great way to pass the time while waiting, too. Of course, if I'm waiting in a line and daydreaming and not noticing I'm now at the front, I get some funny looks, so I just explain, "I was daydreaming".

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      Ginn Navarre 6 years ago

      Sheila, you're right and I have used that excuse a lot. In fact at my age (78)it is more acceptable. ha ha.

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      Pachuca213 6 years ago

      Eleanor Roosevelt! Wonderful choice! You know she defended Mexican Americans during the notorious Zoot Suit Riots and she really made a spectacle of the LA Times and the LAPD for their role in the vicious and brutal discrimination against Chicanos during that time. She truly is a lady to be admired.

      I also admire Rita Hayworth not only for her acting but also for her support for the Sleepy Lagoon Defense Committee, she truly used her celebrity to shed light on some serious injustices.

      I really enjoyed this hub! Wonderful... Daydreaming is how I get my best inspirations.

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      Ginn Navarre 6 years ago

      Pachuca thanks, daydreaming has been the base they we build on and becomes our goals of success and or pleasure.

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      justom 6 years ago from 41042

      Nice hub! I love to daydream and think more folks would be better off doing a bit of it. Peace!!

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      Ginn Navarre 6 years ago

      justom thanks,I agree especially in today's crazy world and it is something no one can take away from us!

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      Nancy's Niche 6 years ago

      Ginn, as always a great hub with wit and wisdom...Blessings!

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      Ginn Navarre 6 years ago

      Thanks Nancy,daydreaming is something NO ONE can take away from us.

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      De Greek 6 years ago from UK

      I can see why Cris likes you :-)

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      Ginn Navarre 6 years ago

      De Greek--thank you. As you can see I'm 78 years young and people like Cris & Jerilee wei with all that natural talent are there to show that it is never to late to LEARN new things.

      Remember when we stop learning we---STOP?

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