Life is a dream
I believe in dreams. Without dreams, I would be lost. I am a planner who stores their dreams just waiting for the right moment to transpire, so it can finally become a reality.
Reasons Why It’s So Important To Follow Your Dreams
- The secret of living is giving, if you follow your dreams then you will have something worth sharing with others, hope, inspiration and a meaning to live, and that to me, is a great contribution.
- Chasing your dreams will develop your courage. Courage is your fuel to achieve amazing success in life, follow your dreams and exercise courage. In sure enough time you will be unstoppable.
- There is a reason why as kids we loved magic and dreams. Stop chasing your dreams and you will forget how it feels to live hopeful and young.
- Great dreamers grow to be independent, learning that they can make a difference all by themselves.
- Through accomplishing your dreams you will come to appreciate the experience of failure and know that failure is just part of success and that it wasn’t really all that bad as it was all worth it in the end.
Regretis a terrible thing, and a dream is powerful enough to bring you regret if you don’t take the chance to at least follow it.
- Because you are never too old to dream. Age means nothing when we know what we want.
- You become an interesting person, you show others you have meaning, direction and purpose.
- The unknown of following your dreams may spark a little
fear, this is okay though because a little fear is known to make you feel more alive.
- It is fun proving the world wrong, so why would you follow the status quo?
- The more you chase and accomplish your dreams the more the lines of the boundaries that the world puts in front of us fade, as we learn that any and everything is possible.
- Your dreams have no limits, you are the creator of your dreams, big or small.
- A dream is strong enough to define you, once accomplished you prove to others they have no say in who you can and can’t be.
Heading to your dreams
They didn’t warn me
when I was running wild
the dragons breathing fire
in the backyard at night
we live in circles
and it’s so hard to breathe
If i asked you for good news
would you smile and turn away
it’s like a bad dream that is too afraid to wake
there are many among us
and we’re changing all the time
maybe the same old fears what have we here
don’t bring me down with you
now i’m just chasing time
with a thousand dreams I’m holding heavy
and as we cross the line these fading beats have all been severed
don’t tell me our youth is running out
Its only just begun
Youth - Foxes
Despite a weak economy, Walt Disney Co reported a 7% gain in revenue and a 30% increase in net income the fourth quarter of this fiscal year.
Smart move on Disney to close a deal with the NFL to keep MNF on ESPN, given that NFL TV ratings are soaring. Surprisingly the parks and resorts reported an 11% revenue gain, which goes to show that consumers are still willing to forgo money to go to theme parks.
And yes, that includes me. It’s been on my bucket list to celebrate Christmas at Disney World lol. It’s so gorgeous and magical! After all, it IS the place “Where Dreams Come True”.
“Serenity: The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.”
"All people dream, but not equally. Those who dream by night in the dusty recesses of their mind, Wake in the morning to find that it was vanity.
But the dreamers of the day are dangerous people, For they dream their dreams with open eyes, And make them come true.”
“People think dreams aren’t real just because they aren’t made of matter, of particles. Dreams are real. But they are made of viewpoints, of images, of memories and puns and lost hopes.”
The reality of airborne environments, suspended loftily above, amid clouds, has always inhabited our dreams but always exceeded the scope of present technologies, until the twentieth century. Then, several theoretical propositions and experiments were devised, which either failed to get off the ground or came crashing back to it in a ball of fire. But the prospect of taking up residence in the skies may now not only be possible (which it is), but a legitimate ambition, as architect and designer Tiago Barros suggests in his project Passing Cloud, a floating assemblage of zeppelin-like spheres on which passengers stroll for the duration of their travel.