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Decade 1: I have big dreams and I will make them come true!

Decade 2: Am I good enough for my dreams?

Decade 3: Having dreams is a waste of time.  

Decade 4: Dreams may not come true, but I can and will effect change in my life

Decade 5: My dreams were born of the things I enjoy doing the most, and I'm going to spend the rest of my time doing those things for the greater good!  

The take away: Instead of happiness, search for something that gives your life meaning
"The old dreams were good dreams; they didn't work out, but glad I had them." ~Clint Eastwood as Robert Kincaid in Bridges of Madison County. 

What's your opinion about hopes and dreams? 

This post was inspired by a Life In Focus photography group on FB that offers photography project(s) 1-2x/year. This weeks topic was Hopes and Dreams. xo


08/25/2015 11:12pm

Photographs make great writing prompts. I can sense that you've really been moved by what you saw to write this.

I agree that dreams are born from things that we enjoy the most. The continuous pursuit of the joy that these things bring us is actually what dreaming is about.


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