What is your dream in life? Are you still pursuing for your dreams or you
May 8, 2012 2:27am CST
just quit on it? I bet that everyone of us here has a dream. The fact that we know our dream is not enough. We have to think of measures to manifest it and be brave enough to pay the price of it. I have dreams in my life. Some are almost fulfilled and some are not yet. Whenever I think of quitting, I feel some bitterness in me. So, as we have the power to choose, I choose to work on it until it come true no matter how difficult it might seem.
12 May 12
When I was in kindergarten and I had to make a speech because I was the valedictorian, I really didn't know what my dream is and I didn't even had the slightest idea what a dream is back then. It's kinda funny when I remember my ignorance, my family decided to mention that I wanted to be an Architect, and I think after that day I learned to accept that dream because it really fascinated me when they explained what an architect do, I'm into art anyway. Since when I was young I've been a scanner. I like to try so many things and do pretty well at them too, but I easily get bored at things so I would try more and explore more. When I reached high school I've discovered even more and I loved a lot of things, and because I enjoy doing them all, I have reached the point that I don't know where to focus anymore. I HAD so many dreams before but when I graduated high school and learned that it's time to be serious and realistic because I'll be stepping to college soon, I was lost. I don't really know what I wanted and I had came to the point that I don't even remember all the dreams that I had. Until now I don't have a certain goal, I may be taking Accountancy and striving to be CPA but I planned to make it a stepping stone so I'll be able to explore again all the things I've tried and new things I'll like to try, and maybe then I would know what I really want.