be my reason to dream

Has anyone ever told you that? How would you feel? How did it make you feel? Did you feel good about it or did it put a lot of pressure on you? Did it make you happy or sad because you did not want to be that person's reason for dreaming?

Modesty aside, I've been told this a lot of times in my past. Always, when I hear these words, I feel a lil tingle inside because it is such a romantic thing to hear and it makes me feel that I have touched a life or two. Sadly, when I part ways with the person, I then feel bad because oftentimes, that person will start letting go of their dreams.

On the other hand, I have yet to meet someone who has been able to make me say these words. I don't know. I've always dreamt for myself and now for my son. My son is my own so he kind of doesn't count. I think it's but natural that you dream for your son.

What about you? Have you met someone who was able to make you say, "you're my reason for dreaming?"

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3 comments:

  1. I love my wife, but I have never said that to her. My wife is a dreamer, but I don't know if I'm in her dreams (I hope I am).

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  2. Now is probably the best time to tell her that then. I'm sure you're in her dreams as well.

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  3. My family makes me dream of more promising years to spend together.

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Hi! Let's all try to add more positivity in this world and adhere to the saying, "if you don't have anything nice to say, keep silent."

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