No good dream is built on foundations of hope or misery.
A dreamer may ride the rough tides of a great struggle, emboldened, or be struck by a sweet moment of genius. Nevertheless, as evidenced by the likes of Federer, Zuckerberg, Musk, Bezos and others of their ilk, for any dream to become real it must satisfy the demands of necessity, specificity, durability and scalability. Not only that!
In this soaring adrenalin thrill through a grand dream facing forceful covert efforts to steal and thwart it, we are brilliantly drawn into an IDY Master Class on that beyond-the-hero dynamic which brands (in reality) the men and women who succeed in reshaping the contours of modern thought, of creativity and community, and of economy. We know that having a dream, achieving the dream, and living the dream are by no means the same, each requiring its particular mindset, but what we believed about Destiny and The Dream will by the end of this ride be forever changed; that, by far the better for those who have what it takes.
©2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 Neville George (P)2014 Neville George
A lot! The new father-son dynamic in our fast-paced world is revealing. This drama goes beyond debunking masculinity myths, many of which keep us back from the very thing we are after; it is a master class on creating and achieving realizable dreams. It reels into the story many real-life personalities I admire. I love the great surprise in the Place of Dreams. I felt as if I was an integral part of the story. I enjoyed discovering what is missing and working out what is necessary. The swami is amazing.
There's much I like about the story. Three things stand out: the brilliance of the story of the lake; a re-inspired fresh view of Noah and The Flood, and the battle between Destiny and The Dream.
This is my first. Enjoyed his performance. Energetic. Emotional.
The tea lover or the old general.
My namesake, I want more.
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