Michael Meade tells the story of “Eisik’s Dream” as a way of showing how dreams offer deep and surprising insight and revelation into the path our lives would follow. Bringing a dream to life means changing everything and change is most often accompanied by fear and resistance. Meade suggests that living a dream requires the courage to cross not only where others fear to go, but also to enter where we fear to tread. The dream that calls us to a greater life is also a bridge between worlds, and the depths of one’s soul must first be plumbed if the gold would be found.
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