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Do you want to be able to live a better life?

Would you like to uncover your true purpose on earth?

Would you like to learn more about the concept of dreaming with your eyes open?

Dreaming is something we all do. Right from a young age we dream about what we may become or where we might travel to. As we age, our dreams change and often become less materialistic, concentrating
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Published August 30th 2018
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Grady
Dec 16, 2018 rated it it was amazing
‘Dreamers are those who kept on dreaming whatever their circumstances may be.’

British author Daniel Mangena formed The Mangena Foundation in 2015 and incorporated England and Wales in 2017 as a non-profit organization whose mission is to empower the next generations to create a better, brighter, safer, and more loving world. The foundation builds schools and orphanage in third world countries, mentors children in foster care and children’s homes in the UK and mentors young offenders and those in
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Biblio Phanatic
Jan 10, 2019 rated it it was amazing
This is a really great book for putting dreams and goals into perspective, but also how to focus on what matters most in life rather than mere physical possessions. I was drifting a bit before I read this but I do feel I am now more focussed in control of the path I am on. There is a lot of information inside but it is presented in an easy to understand and even easier to implement way.

I’d definitely recommend this for readers looking to gain a better focus and sense of being in their lives.
Allan Susoeff
Apr 09, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Don't let the small size of this book fool you! It is succinct, direct, on point and perhaps a bit "in you face". An absolute call to action. Highly recommended!
Brian Sachetta
Sep 10, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Dan did a great job with this one. It's all about reconnecting to the dreaming sense we all had as children, the one that most of us lost along the way, as we graduated from our various school programs and moved into the "real world."

Here, Dan helps us "open our eyes" and live consciously in pursuit of our wildest dreams once again. This book is filled with lots of wisdom nuggets that inspire and awaken us.

It's relatively short, but I think that's a good thing. It packs its punch, then leaves th
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