There was something that happened, and all I wanted to do with thinking about it. I pushed it out of my mind, telling myself it wasn't productive to think about such things, for fear of becoming attached to the idea itself or (even worse!) an eventual outcome. There's a difference, though, between becoming attached and dreaming. Therese reminded me that we have to dream -- it's a way to inspire and nurture our creativity and it's how we help to manifest what we love and what matters to us. Dreaming unlocks the joy of imagination, even helping us to see where we might be attached versus where we are musing in this way. The next morning on my run, I dreamed for all nine miles, and everything here was affirmed.