We’re now one third of the way through the 30 days of blogging. This has been such a great experience for me that I’m already thinking about ‘what happens next’. I’m wondering what I’ll do after the thirty days are over.
Today’s topic is to remember a dream and talk about it’s significance. One thing I’ve always had is a rich dream life – both awake and asleep. Here is one:
I dream about collective as well as individual wealth, which is the main reason for this blog. I don’t mean wealth as in a gazillion dollars; that type is illusory at best and when gained suddenly usually doesn’t last. Although a certain variable amount of transferable currency is necessary that doesn’t always have to mean money.
I’ve written about this in this blog and elsewhere but for now suffice it to say that the wealth I dream about means everyone has enough, and just a little more to share with others. In this ideal (dream) world many of our societal ills would vanish simply because so much suffering is caused by two things: the ‘have-nots’ trying to have, and the ‘haves’ trying to have more.
Think about it. Suppose everybody had Enough. Enough food and shelter and good health and respect and power and purpose. That would eliminate most, if not all, of the crime and pain and despair.
Ok, so this is an ideal world, a fantasy. A dream.
PS. A new dream? Find a way to keep this project (my own blog and the mutual support) going.
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