Where wild minds come to rest
Is it really so negative to day dream excessively? Don't get me wrong. I know that society has termed it to be a very negative state of being. A state of being where you day dream all the time.... What? Hey son, get your head out of the clouds! *As my Grand Father use to say, especially when he had a chore for me to do.* You can't retrieve the shopping carts at the Wal-Mart very effectively if your head is in the clouds. Nor can you do any of the following very successfully while your head is 'in the clouds'.... Flip a hamburger patty, Groom a dog, Perform an inventory, Fly a plane, Or be a 'successful' academic student.
With all the things that we really can't do very productively, while day dreaming. It is almost no wonder that such a negative stereotype would be placed on people like us. By us, I mean those of us whom are too seemingly poor, to stay home all day and just day dream. After all, if it weren't for having to pay the bills, I would day dream considerably more. I can only venture to speculate. If I were to be, ' independently wealthy' I don't think I would view my day dreaming as a condition. I think, I would be more likely to label it, a blessing!
Very wealthy individuals, tend to foresake their day dreams, and thus, don't take them as seriously. However, if the super wealthy, had our mundane occupations, they might, just might, realize just what a preciouse gift, day dreaming can be. Stay Righteous all! Love and Blessings!!