- Gender and Relationships
Wishes & Dreams
I wish I may, I wish I might, have this wish I wish tonight - remember that??!? Unfortunately, I don't remember the rest of it. Wishes, I have a few...but like so many other things they come and go. I have always wished for the small things in life; I'm not a materialistic person. Always wanting the simple things on a daily basis: respect, understanding and compassion or sincerity from people and family.
Wishing you had more time to do what "you want" to do is a no-brainer!! You just need to make the time to do it. I've made up my mind to always make sure everything in the house is done first. All those chores, bills, etc., then the evening can be "me" time. The most important part of wishing and dreaming for whatever it is you want, is to make sure your family respects that small amount of time you want for yourself. Put it on that calendar and stick to it!
Wishing, dreaming and wanting so much out of friends, family and just people in general is just so exhausting at times. I expected so much out of myself yet seem to remember our vows that said something like through "thick and thin, etc", and decided that what he wanted wasn't what mattered the most. Thinking about #1 is just as important in your life cycle.
I think I read somewhere that life isn't about finding yourself but about creating yourself. So the other mundane wishes I've wanted have been put to the side for a rainy day and the me I need to create is at the top of that wish list.
Dreams are way out there for someone to grab if they can, when for so many years a person dreams that they want to own something that they can't afford. Or, for that matter maybe they can afford that dream house or car, but to need to put it off for other reasons.
It's unfortunate that in this world many of us dream and want for there to be peace and harmony in this world but there are the others that often stop that from happening. Those dreams are never-ending and will continue til I don't know when.
Some people like to analyze dreams, others enjoying staring in to the wild blue yonder and dream of a life far beyond their means or simply to be healthy forever. In the sleep mode, dreams I understand are that of someone or something that just took place within the last couple hours that happened to stand out for some reason for you. But, is that really true???
They may call it "memory processing" or maybe even psychological; many studying sleep and dreams believe dreaming serves a primary purpose, according to Psychology Today's website. The article is actually very interesting and I definitely intend to delve into this realm of wonder and read up on more of the subject.
Tonight, however, when I lay my head down for the night I'm hoping to dream of something so unlikely that maybe it will actually come true.