Daydreams of our Youth

It is easy to dream. When we are little our minds are full of mad schemes and wonderful machinations, most of us probably spent at least half our childhoods plotting out some plot or working out the exact details of some major goal. Most of us probably spent hours upon hours daydreaming about our futures, our spouses and our homes.

Where did it all go? How many of us can look at ourselves in the mirror and say, “I have done it! I AM married to Ariel, the little Mermaid. I DO work for a flying-car company!”

OK, so maybe those sort of dreams are a bit far-fetched, but there are plenty of others that were a bit more grounded in reality. Where’s that house you were going to have right when you got married? Where is the job that you love and the work you can’t stop doing? Why aren’t you a doctor, a writer, a fireman?

Because it is easy to dream but it is hard to bring dreams to fruition. When we at say Dream we don’t mean wish or fantasize- we mean put that dream into reality.

Anyone got the number for Disney…?

Originally Published 3/12/10

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One Response to “Daydreams of our Youth”

  1. Mark says:

    When I was a kid I used to dream of being an animator. I ended up becoming a programmer. I dream about perusing my real passion on a daily basis. I guess it’s time that I actually DREAM and make it a reality.

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