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|Niven, Larry We are near waking when we dream we are dreaming. - Novalis |
The smaller the head, the bigger the dream. - O'Malley, Austin I believe that any
single dream contains the essential message about our existence. - Perls,
|Encourages readers to change the nature of their lives if they are unsatisfied, embracing the life that God has intended for them.|
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|Dreams. Once we give ourselves permission todreambigger thanwehave before, |
we are faced with the responsibility ... so maybe we retract a bit; but chances are
that once we've dreamed something bigger for our lives, the smaller vision we ...
|“I'm real and I feel like a duck,” pronounced the smaller head. “Come on, I want to |
see for myself. I promise not ... “Hmmmmm,” the heads said together, “it looks like
it's bigger than the other foot. Why is that?” “Don't know,” whispered the kitten.
|BOOK IS about all my dreams that I had that never came true. ... dreams in our |
small, little heads about becoming a fireman, sports photographer, doctor, or
even a player playing sports. ... favorite because on the football field this was
where the smaller players could get even with the bigger bullies who wanted to
|Dream. In each section of this book, there are a series of exercises, as well as |
questions for reflection and action steps. ... Marathon without having taken the
time to train, develop your strength and stamina, and experience a few smaller
races first ... Write down on the pad of paper the first thing that comes into your
|But, as I piss, the soldier starts getting bigger. Bigger and bigger! I can't ... My |
sniveling sounds as though it's coming from somewhere small inside my chest.
The soldier's ... I move my head in the direction of the sound. Then, out of the dark
|Shaking his head, he said, “You sure got a way with babies, Penny.” “I would've |
held you like this if you had been a little smaller, Eddie,” I said with tears filling my
eyes, remembering how we started. “I know,” he said, shaking his head.
|... the arm of Braint, the girl-cousin of the Brigantes, when she saw the other |
shapes, smaller and more ghostly, that followed the larger. ... He lay belly down
on a bed of moss and green bracken with his head to the west in case he should