You Have A Right to Dream
I am standing up for a human right that most of us forgot we had–A Right to Dream.
Stop. Think about it for just a second. When you think of the human rights movement–WHO do you feel is most unfairly treated? Is it people of color, women, gays, or those too small to defend themselves, such as minority, children, or senior citizens? Racism and “legal discrimination” occurs based on these physical factors, right? Or does it?
However, this is what we all have been cleverly deceived to believe. My effifany is that seeing, defining, and understanding racism as based on physical characteristics, has blinded us to the bigger truth.
Smoke & Mirrors & the Biggest Lie of All
What if I suggested that human rights violations as generally defined by the media and our culture is just smoke and mirrors? Indeed, what if I were to point out that a greater indignity is levied on 99 percent of the human race on a daily basis? Plus, what if I announced that these atrocities are unrelated to skin color, sexuality, or age—not tied to physical distinctions? Can you guess the depth of this human rights violation? If not, read on.
Only 1% Living Their Dreams
In modern times, we have come to expect, revere, and applaud the 5-star treatment of professional athletes, celebrities, politicians and the wealthy. Notably, they enjoy the red carpet, unlimited income, fame, and first class status. These high profile stars are living “the dream.” Many of these people achieved their dreams through personal transformation, or the generosity of someone in their family who dreamed big. Yet, they are no better than you; and you have a right to dream, too!
On the world stage, the drama of gay rights, civil rights, women’s rights play out endlessly, while the greatest injustice is going on right under our noses. As media, politicians, and power-elite, distract us all with public show over equal treatment of minorities, the real injustice is overlooked. That is, the right to see our own dreams come true.
The Greatest Injustice-Your Right to Dream is Squeached Every Day
What is the greatest injustice? It is racism against the human race itself. In its wake are wasted lives—dreamless lives with only a drive to survive. The deepest racism stems from those of means and greed who keep the secret of dream planning hidden from the human race; as we slave to fulfill their dreams only.
Once people learn how to bring their dreams to reality, injustices of skin color, class warfare, and unfair treatment disappear in an instant. Variations of skin color or sexuality go unnoticed. Abundance and ample resources appear at people’s fingertips for defending themselves from injustices! However, they rarely need to defend a life so full and rich.
Remember, no matter what race, sexuality, or your education; or how much money you may have, you deserve to realize your dreams; and to achieve your highest aspirations. However, dreams coming true is not a matter of money–it is a matter of focus and a system.
The Newest Secret, Introduction to Dream Planning
Deborah S. Nelson brings the ultimate racism violation to a solution in her 21st century book series, The Newest Secret. “Distracted, hypnotized, and mesmerized with ‘fake racism,’ we fall into victimhood, and abandon our true human potential. However, when we learn to identify and achieve our dreams–awareness of wrongful discrimination vanishes, as they are only symptoms of a dream-challenged race,” Ms. Nelson states.
Furthermore, Ms Nelson says that leadership which neglects to teach its people how to actualize their highest human calling, commits the ultimate human rights violation. Living your dreams, whether tiny, big, or spectacular, lights up your motivating force and becomes your service to humanity. While hyper-focusing on the racism of physical variations and trying in vain to equalize them, the human race deprives itself of individual personal growth and the up-raising of its race.
The Newest Secret, Introduction to Dream Planning, 140-page text is an easy read. Enhanced by the companion Author Your Reality 10-Step Workbook, the system teaches dream planning as a life skill. “Basic human rights should include reading, writing, arithmetic, and dream planning. Lastly, your life success and joy depends on your ability to plan and activate your dreams,” explains Nelson.
About Deborah S. Nelson, Author Your Dreams Teacher
Friends and family have dubbed Ms Nelson a personal development junkie; and rightly so. Her 10-step dreams to reality system teaches how to bring dreams to reality, on purpose. This method combines the Power of the Pen and the Law of Attraction to define, strategize, and activate dreams to reality.
Claim Your Right to Dream & Publish Your Vision Book
“This is not magic,” she says, “Once you publish your vision book, your dreams start to become real. Therefore, to learn dream planning, you only need to know how to read, write, and use a computer. Indeed, dream Planning is the world’s great equalizer.” Ms. Nelson goes on. “Claim your most critical human right–the right to bring your dreams to reality. So, whatever our appearance, all humans deserve the right to dream–and to achieve those dreams.”
If you want to learn how to self-publish your own vision book or any book, start with the free self-publishing toolkit from Ms. Nelson’s Publishing SOLO website. or get the Free series: Busting Negative Through Habits from this site. Lastly, Nelson has made a free review copy of The Newest Secret available at www.newestsecret.com