This is a beautiful question that I read on hevria.com. It was addressed to the issue of kiruv, or “outreach” — a program in which orthodox Jews reach out to get other Jews to become orthodox.
I think orthodox Judaism is a mistaken approach. But I think this is a beautiful question.
Who are you to tell other people how to dream and how to make their dreams tangible?
The answer can only be: you.
Although I don’t want other people to tell me what to dream, I deeply want them to share their dreams with me, and influence my dream life, so we have a shared dream life.
And I will kiss the hand of anyone who will show me how to make my dreams tangible.