A dream keeper is someone who supports the vision of the Nandita’s Dream project. Dream keepers honour and love the voices of our children in the world and hold the energy for aspects of the project such as the children’s council to manifest. They support the teachings in the book.
We know parents are dream keepers too which is why we have created a place where you can tell us your dreams for the children of the world.
Our dream keepers range in age, experience and culture. We are delighted they are here for the children and offering their energy to this project.
Coming very soon is the list of our dream keepers;
who they are and what they do in the world.
So please come back and meet the people whose faith and goodwill supported this project to flourish.
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Latest DreamsKhadijah Alhassan, Tamale tribe Northern Ghana, age 9
“I want to tell the children that they should live their dream and go towards what their heart tells them.” My dream is to become a successful teacher….Someone who can teach the students good things not bad things and … Continue readingAto Inkumsah, Ahanta tribe Western Ghana, age 9
I would like to become a scientist in Technology because I know how technology can help the world. But it is important that people don’t get lazy because of it. I would like to see a world of peace and … Continue readingHow I want the world to be by Rose, age 10, UK
What’s your dream?: No wars. Peace. There’s no such thing as rich or poor. Everyone’s equal. I’d like there to be no smoking. Continue readingBirds in the forest
I dream that when I am older I will still be able to watch the birds feed as they fly between the trees, and hear them sing, it’s a sound that makes me feel at home. Our father taught us … Continue reading
Posts...Nandita’s Dream Workshops for children and adults?
Here’s Sura Susso, the brilliant kora player on Nandita’s Dream CD. He also supported me leading a workshop. Continue readingFree Children’s Meditation downloads.
We have 2 free children’s meditation downloads on the Nandita’s Dream website. Continue reading