Martin Luther King, Jr., whose birthday we are celebrating today, said, "I have a dream that some day every valley shall be exalted, every hill and mountain shall be made low, the rough places will be made plain, and crooked places will be made straight...and all flesh shall see it together." King's dream was for equality, peace and freedom. Someone once said, "Dreams are not to put us to sleep, but to wake us up." King fulfilled as much of his dream as he could in his life, and we all live in a better world as a result. What are each of us doing right now to realize our own peace dream— our vision of peace and fulfillment within our world? Abraham Lincoln was once asked what he thought of a sermon he had just heard. Lincoln replied that he thought little of it for though it was well-constructed and well-presented, it did not provoke him to action and therefore had no meaning for him. Have we caught a big enough dream from the universe to provoke us to action, to manifest powerfully something that takes us beyond ourselves to a place no one has been before?