Outstanding and risky moves propelled my legs from a rooftop to another, I could feel those bad guys getting closer, but I knew I could make it.

Using the balconies beneath in just four little steps I found my way to the ground and managed to breath deeply, suddenly I saw a big black jeep entering the alley spinning the wheels, more challenges on the way.

In the opposite direction a line of hope, the harbor was no further away than 100m, if I could run fast and drop behind me all garbage bins I could find a way and the Jeep wouldn’t be able to catch me.

Rerouting my destination at every step of the way I reached the exit without remembering to have recycling the oxygen in my lungs just to learn that a set of mean black dogs were standing between me and the water.

Luckily I was wearing my super jelly jumper snickers, I knew I could make it.

Press my feet on the asphalt and rush like a blade runner cyborg. In a matter of seconds I was face to face with the beasts and decided to move even faster.

Just before the final impact, I use all my energy to sky dive like an arrow avoiding the mad dogs bellow and land perfectly in the water where a submarine from the coalition was waiting to extract me from the area.

After completing the mission the capacity of the bad guys was forever compromised and I knew that the world just became a safer and better place.

With a smile in a my face that’s how I woke up this morning. Last night I build an incredible sand castle on the beach with the help of some world leaders and the night before I finally finished my first marathon.

The capacity to dream feeds our imagination, and our imagination is the reason why we (as human species) manage to reach the XXI century.

In a time with so many challenges, where few of them seem to be way bigger than our capacity to disagree, only our skills to dream a different world in our personal life, business and relations will give us the hope needed to make those future images tangible.

We need great dreams with courageous dreamers inside, to be more precise, millions of them, in all countries and with all ages.

By the way, the difference you have to pay to dream an ordinary future and an outstanding one is zero 🙂 yes…zero!

Dream on!

“You may say I’m a dreamer, but I’m not the only one. I hope someday you’ll join us. And the world will live as one.”

― John Lennon