“Last night I dreamed I ate a ten-pound marshmallow and when I woke up the pillow was gone.” Tommy Cooper
Most of the benefits you could get from dreams, slip through your fingers like sand if you don’t record them.
Here are 4 reasons why you should record them.
I have been listening to Dave Ramsey’s show for long enough to get on board, and start cleaning up some messes I have financially. I loved the idea of getting some practical strategies for raising our kids up to be great stewards with money. I listened to this book in the audio version and it was really helpful, and fun to listen to. If you have kids, you should definitely get this book.
Recently I found myself just standing there. I was watching my kids play with each other. And I felt like a ghost. I could see them and hear them, but I couldn’t connect. I wasn’t on their radar. It’s a paradox that bewilders me. My kids are by far the most precious thing I have in this world. And yet in the rigor and chaos of life, they often end up with the scraps left over.
I was 15 years old. My heart was on fire and my brain was almost boiling. As the pressure increased, tears started to run down my cheeks. It was a stuffy summer night and I was pacing the dusty streets of Kharkov, Ukraine. I was frustrated with people. Not just any people. It was the people who would say “God told me this…” and “God told me that…”
“Do they really hear God?” I thought. Or are people just audaciously faking it?
I was desperate to hear God’s voice. I wanted it more than anything else in the world!
Have you ever had thoughts like that?