The Greatness of Men’s Dreams

Aaron McHugh

Over the past two months I have had the privilege of seeing Mount Rushmore, Independence Hall and the original Stars and Strips flag in the Smithsonian.  I am struck by the greatness of men’s dreams.  The dream of democracy was once only that, a dream, a vision, a far off someday.  And yet, with a lack of evidence or proof and with grave risk, our current freedoms were initiated.

These symbols are powerful emblems of our heritage as Americans.

I wonder what dreams that we have that beg to be birthed?  Although they may not be carved into a hillside or spark a song of national anthem.  What might they do to the world we live in today?

Risk much.

Dream.