POTENTIAL,VISION,DREAM,PASION

YOU ARE ONE OF A KIND!

Whatever dreams, visions and wishes you have for yourself

You have them for a reason.

So many people from my generation don’t follow their passion. They don’t follow their dreams, wishes and nobody ever helps them. Instead everybody tries to bring them down and destroy every last hope they got for a better tomorrow.

Today I am standing against all those non-believers in greatness. I believe greatness truly exists, but can only be achieved by following your passion. No matter how hard you will work you will never fell truly great if you didn’t follow your passion.

Everybody that has sever tried something different had people telling them that they are stupid, careless and that they will fail so they should get in line and embrace averageness.

IM HERE TO TELL YOU THAT NO MATTER HOW OLD YOU ARE, IF YOU WANT SOMETHING YOU CAN GET IT AND IF OTHERS DON’T BELIVE IT CAN HAPPEN THEN THAT IS THEIR PROBLEM AND THEIR PROBLEM ALONE

Most people don’t ever live up to their hopes just because they don’t believe in them!

What you have to do is YOU HAVE TO DECIDE and the rest will follow. When you decide something, nothing else will ever matter and you will ether achieve your goals of run out of time and die proudly.

I will let you do the math which one is more likely.

Share your thoughts down below.

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4 thoughts on “POTENTIAL,VISION,DREAM,PASION

  1. I love the positive message of this post! As someone who took the leap to follow two of my dreams (move to NYC and go to grad school full time) a few months ago, I totally relate to this post and know that if you have a dream, it is not random and once you decide to pursue your dreams things have a way of working out.

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  2. I fully believe that anything worth having is going to be located outside of our ‘comfort zone’. The job you’ve always dreamed of, the girl you want to ask out, the trip overseas you want to take.

    There’s a level of fear associated with most of the things we want. What will happen? What if we mess up? What if things change?

    The unknown is scary and intimidating and most of the time we find it easier to stay with the familiar even though where we are at isn’t where we want to be. Facing Fear takes a lot, and it’s even harder to do when the people around us are unsupportive. Not only do we have to fight our own internal battles, but we now have this societal expectation to justify and defend our choices externally as well.

    For me, it’s very much like jumping into a lake on an autumn day. The water is going to be chilly, but how chilly? How will I handle the initial shock? What if I missed judged and the water is too cold? What if it’s not as much fun as what I think it will be in my head?

    We can either stay, standing on the dock, looking out over the calm water and imaging how much fun we could have. We can loiter with our friends, all of us shy and nervous, waiting to see who’s brave enough to jump first. Or we can run down the dock at full speed, taking a deep breath before jumping in, embracing the experience with every fiber of our being and everything that follows.

    Ultimately, the choice is ours.

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