For man is the dreamer which would see through the darkness clearly plain; touching
in his soul those hidden things which would compel that he create what is uncreated,
fashioning from the dreams within, such things as would draw him closer still to
Breathing into such timely visions, the breath of his own life; causing that the
fruits of all his dreams should take living form, to walk upon the earth; touching
through the affairs of men, the hidden soul within.
Will you choose to be the one in whom I can confide? Will you hear the words I speak
to make them as your own? Will you place your hand in mine to make the dream come
true, to stand yourself before the world filled with greater vision? Will you love
as I do love, will you my song become?
Azrael explores the relationships between dreams, visions, creation, and reality.
He explains how to transform our dreams into reality by actively working on our
visions. We give life to our dreams by consistently applying ourselves to the breath
of our words, actions, and commitment. He uses Heaven as an example of a dream maturing
and evolving into a “massive reality.”
He discusses how other belief systems lack real meaning because they are deficient
in constructive pragmatism. These belief systems are significantly limited because
they are devoid of a substantial framework needed to build a functional spiritual
Transform the stumbling blocks of yourself - discouragement, disappointment, disillusionment
- by latching onto God’s dream.
“There is one thing that I can do better than any other person on this planet. I
can make God real to those who really want to know God. That I can do. I am the master.”
Do what you say you’re going to do. Follow through, don’t give up, endure the storms
of mortality. Transform the pain and use it as the fire that shapes and fulfills
“Everybody goes through it. Mortality is kinda rough. If you’re going to make it,
you’ve gotta be tough.”