This post is inspired by this cartoon. Click on the link to read the whole thing.
I feel guilty, I wasn’t very productive today (well, it’ll be tomorrow when I post this) so I’m writing another blog post to hopefully make up for my slothfulness. Funny, how a post espousing hard work is written on a day when I didn’t do enough hard work! Ah well.
So, a while ago I posted a link to this comic to my Facebook Fan page, so today I thought it was a good thing to talk about.
Dream, dream, dream!
I’m all in favor of dreaming. In fact I’m trying to learn how to do more of it. I’ve been surrounded by a lot of “Debbie Downers” for too long in my life. Not that I blame them completely—no one forces you to believe the discouraging voices around you.
But anyway, I also agree with the cartoon linked above. Doing is much more important than dreaming.
But dreaming is important too. And unfortunately in this life, a lot of us are pushed away from pursuing our dreams. When I was younger I had a lot of pressure and brainwashing when it came to my dream, which was to pursue art. I had guilt over “wasting” art materials (sound familiar? I think a lot of us have this problem), always being told that art isn’t “practical,” being admonished, because art is “fun” and not “work.”
Oh, but I’m not bitter. No no! I don’t have any baggage at all, no not me! 😉