|Just above Daniel's farm|
In the early hours of this morning, as I slept, I saw Daniel. I was walking toward a building with a glass entryway, that looked something like a modern brick school with a glass entry alcove. I could see Daniel standing just to the left of the entry positioned facing the door as I approached, so I could see a side view of his hair, but not his face. I still knew it was Daniel. In the fractions of seconds it took to enter the building, I could not wait to see his face. As I entered the glass alcove to the building, there he was. I looked at his face. His face was very similar to how I remember it, as was the rest of him. There were tears in his eyes. There was both joy that we had this small time together, and I was not sure whether there was sorrow or simple compassion in his face. I just know I was thrilled to see him. I was not sure what had happened or if he were simply there to encourage me or simply to let me know that he is always still with me. Then the dream was over.
I suppose I will have to get context from future dreams or perhaps I will recollect another portion another time. In any event, I feel encouraged overall when I see Dad or Daniel in my dreams.
Although many of us think of the performance of Josh Groban when we think of this song, the songwriters of "To Where You Are" are actually Richard Marx and Linda Thompson. This is the Richard Marx version.