Quantum Exposed: The Leaders Among Us and How They Do It; 6
Dec 17, 2017 02:13PM ● Published by Corey Starliper
This is a classic example of what happens when I throw something together instead of sewing each word intricately into what I'm trying to say. Before I sat down to edit this post--well after publication--the quote didn't match up as well as I would have liked it to with the message that I really wanted to get across.
While most of the quotes I have chosen thus far have related to the fact that intention creates reality, none have spoken of the biological need to bring realization to something. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. not only had a dream, but a spiritual need to bring about peace and to promote love and understanding in a time when it was very difficult to come by.
The most beautiful successes rely upon the inability to avoid putting effort toward realization. For example: for me, it is impossible not to write. I grow anxious, spiritually hungry and depressed when I cannot sit before a computer and make use of the English language as Dr. King did. I recently listened to someone in the music industry who loves the art so much that it's impossible for him not to pursue it without finding much the same degree of disappointment.
Dr. King had a dream. Heart-wrenching dreams have no choice but to come about because they are worth fighting for.