About dreams, hopes and ideals

Indonesia
September 6, 2011 10:17pm CST
When you change the dream?? When you stop dreaming?? Does it have always dreamed of when an impasse?? Until when do we fight for our dreams?? Should it be unto death,,,, when all the energy drained,,,, when grain tear apart,,,, when the sweat and blood squeezed,,, when the bones crashing ... In the human life cycle .... what dream shall be in him .... unfettered dream .... until the time the dust back to dust .... well .... ummmm, what dream of you that still has not materialized until now ?
5 responses
@didi13 (2927)
• Romania
30 Sep 11
We spend enormous energy and extremely long lived in a sea of ??emotions generated by our mind, thoughts turned to drama arising from the reality of our lives often broken. All this forms a smokescreen covering the real life experiences. The smokescreen that is more dense, the more disconnected from the beauty and simple joys, that means a lot, which would be able to access all of us at any time. Because God, in His great kindness, and gave us here on Earth, a small paradise. But we are not, neither here nor now live only in a spider web woven by our desires continue and often fantastic, completely divorced from the good to which we could access. Only want ... But miss the experience of what actually happens here and now because we expect something else. Always something. Our attitude to reject automatically removes our real life. We reject the truth of our lives, together with all we good. Ignore everything and we lose the discontent, frustration, dark thoughts ... We pretend that there is paradise around us, to have a reason to always look for something else. And not only find the same suffering caused by complaints made ??permanent by our minds always looking for what we imagine that happiness and fulfillment would be full. Rejecting reality of our lives, what's great in it creates pain. So deep that we no longer find. And we are always unhappy. That's because we do not live in reality. To live in reality!
@gengeni (3308)
• Indonesia
24 Sep 11
I have many dreams many are already achieved when to stop dreaming? stop living in the future already I believe the same type of person who dreamed of power such as Andrea Hirata said: I want to climb the peak of the challenges, difficulties granite crashing, seductive danger and solving mysteries with science I wanted to breathe in the form of-way and experience a free fall dive into the maze twists and turns of life that ends can not be mistaken for I yearned life with possibilities that react with each other like the molecules of uranium; erupted unexpectedly, absorbing, binding, doubled, growing, dispersed, and scattered toward the shock I want to go to distant places, meet a variety of languages ??and strangers I like to wander, to find me by reading the star of stars I want to wade through the desert and the deserts, like sunburn blisters, giddy hit by wind, and cold shrink gripped I want life thrilling, full of conquest I want to live! I want to feel the essence of life!
• Indonesia
7 Sep 11
to destroy world with my "fuc*ing" brain.
@pogi253 (1587)
• Philippines
7 Sep 11
Dreams are stimulating things to have; we all do dream of course. We boast nightmares and daydreams, reflection and prayer-dreams. It can appear so very hard at times to truly exist the life your Dreams and the endless would love for you to live. Dreams that have been established from the countless by your own divine glow within, which is part of the endless.
• India
7 Sep 11
Hi. Dreams never change, or nor do people ever forget them. It only that in today's race to earn the daily bread and make their mark, dreams tend to take a backseat for most people. If you have a dream, you should go for it with all the energy that you possess. But, it is also important to understand that there is a thin line between dream and reality. One should always keep in touch with reality even when chasing a dream. I say this from life experience. I wanted to be a pilot. I invested a lot of money and a lot of time to pursue my dream. But my training could not be completed because of some unfortunate circumstances. I lost all my resources, my strenght, resolve and energy. It took me 2 years to get over that and start life afresh. But, I still haven't given up on that dream. Right now I am settled in a job, earning the daily bread and gathering resources to finish what I started. Some day I will follow my dream again and hope to complete it.