"We all dream. It is our dreams that define our lives. It is our dreams that define the way we spend our time. A set-apart young woman dreams differently than the rest of her female contemporaries. Instead of dreaming dreams that bring her to center stage in society's spotlight, she begins to dream God's dreams for her life. And God's dreams cause her to seek her Prince above all else, prior to all else, and at the risk of all else. She becomes fantastically preoccupied with her gallant Jesus...To be great at anything demands great amounts of time. To be great at knowing our Prince is no different. It takes time--and lots of it. It demands that every last drop of our physical energy be focused on Him. He can't be conveniently fit into our lives; He must become what our lifestyles are built around. From the moment we wake up until the moment we go to sleep, He must become the center." -Leslie Ludy, 'Authentic Beauty'
...that is how I want to dream.