As he got closer and closer he heard someone whistling. At first the man thought the dog’s master was nearby, but there was no one else around. Now only a few yards away from the animal, it appeared the whistling was coming from the dog!
“Impossible," declared the man to himself. “How preposterous of an idea that a dog can whistle; they can’t even talk!”
The dog turned his head toward the man and said, “I too had once been a skeptic, unbeliever of sorts in all things. However, one day I had been visited by a friend who crossed over the Rainbow Bridge. He said, ‘Duke, all is achievable when you declare an intention, have the integrity to follow through, heed what the naysayers are telling you (for they only wish to keep you safe), begin to believe in yourself as others do, and place one paw in front of the other!’
And so I did. The first dream I had was to talk so my loving and adoring master could fully understand my appreciation of him. The second dream was to learn how to whistle; for that seemed to brighten up anyone’s day when feeling a bit glum.”
The man had to ask, “Do you have another dream?” The dog replied, “Yes. It is to raise awareness of what seems to be the impossible, is possible.”
The moral of the story, no matter how farfetched an idea, thought, dream, or desire might be, taking action and believing in you, it is realistic to “live as a Dreamer.”