by Ron Powell
Some dreams may come and go, but the desire and capacity to dream should be permanent aspects of the human condition. We shouldn't cry for the lost dreams of our youth, though in many respects we should be sued for breach of promise, cry if you have lost the willingness and the courage to continue to dream the impossible dreams. It is the abilty to dream that is our primary weapon against the demons we face as individuals and as a nation.
Dreams are the plans and blueprints that provide the basis for the course and structure of our lives. If somebody, somewhere, at some time did not dream it possible and act upon the notion that the dream could become reality, Barack Obama would not be President today. Ideas and inventions are the products of healthy and active imaginations. Our imaginations reside in our dreams for a better life, a better future, and a better world.