Do you still have a dream?

Or has the practicality and reality of life robbed you of your dreams?

It’s difficult to dream when there are bills that need to be paid. You have to take care of your bills first.

It’s difficult to dream when you need to provide for your family. You have to provide for them first.

It’s difficult to dream when most of the people you see have given up on dreaming.

It’s difficult to dream when, every single day, the world is telling you, “You can’t do it. You can’t make your dreams come true.”

It’s even more difficult when you’re the one telling yourself that. Are you?

But, it’s way more difficult to live when you don’t have a dream, when you don’t have a purpose each day, a light at the end of the tunnel, a finish line you want to reach.

Life is way more difficult when you don’t have a vision. Everyday, you’ll simply be dragging yourself to a place you don’t want to go. Everyday. Without an end in sight.

It’s easier to live dreaming and failing to reach that dream than not dreaming at all—without any hope, without any purpose.

What is your dream? Do you still have one? How do you prefer to live your life?

It’s up to you.

 

P.S. I know you have dreams that you buried deep in your heart. It’s time to start digging those dreams out and start digging deep.