Hello, beautiful people!
The idea for this post originally came to me the other day as I was watching a movie at home. It was about a girl who trains very hard and is a high-level gymnast. One day, she gets into a car accident and it’s like everything she worked for was for nothing- all her dreams were shattered.
It got me thinking, how hard are we willing to work in order to achieve our dreams? And why do we give up on them? Why do we leave our dreams to be just that- dreams?
As a wise person once said, never let it be said that to dream is a waste of one’s time. For dreams are our reality in waiting. In dreams, we plant the seeds of our future.
A dreamless life is a life devoid of opportunity and beautiful experiences. To dream is to open our hearts to new things and accept. To believe in a better tomorrow; a tomorrow where the unconquerable can be conquered. No dream is too big or too small.
I am a dreamer myself, and I firmly believe that dreams are the key to a better future. I’ll bring some reality into this and we’ll talk about disadvantaged communities, the power of the mind and dreaming a reality. At one point in your life, you’ve probably heard someone say that the key to discontinuing the cycle of poverty, for example, is Education. But where did that start? Yes, with a dream. At some point, someone must’ve sat down and thought, “Hey, despite my best efforts, my situation is the same. What can I do to change this?”.
And that, my friends, is where it all starts. We ask ourselves the necessary questions, and then we follow a plan. If that plan fails, we try again and again and again! We don’t give up because what we end up with eventually is worth it. We follow those dreams. We chase them, grip them. They cannot escape. We are a world of dreamers, you and me, and we create for ourselves a better future.
So, dream on Dreamers ❣