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YOU ARE THE POWER

"I am Oz, the great and powerful! Who are you?"--The Wizard in 'The Wizard of Oz'

                "If you please, I am Dorothy, the small and meek."--Dorothy

                 "SILENCE!"--The Wizard

You are_the power

Ultimately, you are the only person who can decide what is true in any universe --

is it black & white like Kansas, multicolored like the Land of Oz, or is it all really just a dream?

The Oz Factors can help you decide what is true for you...

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2,000 POSTS OF PIE IN THE SKY

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DEFINITION:  "pie in the sky"

1. Fig. a future reward after death, considered as a replacement for a reward not received on earth. Don't hold out for pie in the sky. Get realistic. If he didn't hope for some heavenly pie in the sky, he would probably be a real crook.
2. Fig. having to do with a hope for a special reward. (This is hyphenated before a nominal.) Get rid of your pie-in-the-sky ideas! What these pie-in-the-sky people really want is money.
See also: piesky

McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.


2) pie in the sky

if an idea or plan is pie in the sky, it seems good but is not likely to be achieved Those plans of his to set up his own business are just pie in the sky.
See also: piesky

Cambridge Idioms Dictionary, 2nd ed. Copyright © Cambridge University Press 2006. Reproduced with permission.


3)  pie in the sky

something good that is unlikely to happen Our leaders need to offer more than pie in the sky when they talk about political and social issues.