…dreams, dreams! (quickie quote)

Dashing out & about this Lenten Saturday (fun times abounding) it’s a wee bit late, so here’s a quick quote to contemplate:

“You are never too old to set another goal or dream a new dream.”  C.S. Lewis

Guess it’s a challenge to ask ourselves, what are our dreams?  I did that once (a long time ago.)  If you click the link below you can read a poem i wrote about it:

LIFE AND DREAMS

WY tired bear….or we can just roll over & sleep on it (a little longer : )

(Had to work in this fun pic, somehow!)

grace, peace & dreams

    Virginia : )

p.s. This is not very Lentish, but somehow one of my favorite quotes from one of my most fav sci-fi authors is begging to be included:

“It isn’t exactly like waking from the nightmare, to see your face… More like, knowing, while dreaming still, that beyond the dream there is a waking world.  I mean to join you in that waking world, someday.”   Barrayaran Adm. Aral Vorkosigan to Betan Capt. Cordelia Naismith  (Lois McMaster Bujold, Shards of Honor)

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2 Responses to …dreams, dreams! (quickie quote)

  1. Cindy Kranich says:

    Loved the Sci-Fi quote … great to reread your poem–timeless! 🙂

    • Virginia says:

      After you finish Louise Penny, you’ll have to start on Lois McMaster Bujold’s Miles Vorkosogian books — they are AMAZING fun but also rich in meaningful forays of deeper stuff. I’ve read several of her books 6 – 7 times (C.S. Lewis said a good book is never read just once!) — Glad the poem still works, i sometimes dust it off like a road map to see where it might lead (re: never too old to dream a new dream!)

      grace, peace & dreams — gL : )

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