Use your imagination to serve your Dream

December 17, 2007

When you look at most of the successful people everywhere from whatever country or culture, they all have a common trait. That is success does not come “by chance”. Anything that is successful originates from an idea. A seed of notion that germinates in the heart and mind of a human being.

dream and imagination

We all need a dream in life to complete our life. Without it, it is like an aimless boat in the open sea. I have been guilty of being aimless in the past so do many people out there. This means to say:

Your success
BEGINS
with a dream…

Ask yourself, do you have a dream in life?

It’s never too late to chase yourself a dream.

Have you ever recalled about your childhood life in which you said you wanted to be “someone extraordinary” when you grew up? Why does it that when we grow up, the passion in the belly just died down?

While we were young, we dreamed and imagined most of the times by seeing what the adults are doing and we wish to be like them or even better next time when we grow up. Somehow, this fire in the belly died down gradually as we are in the education system which focuses more on academic achievements and we are forced to “readjust” to the realities.

Hence our childhood dreams died. Only a minority will grow up and successful achieve their childhood dreams.

What clairvoyant reader and psychic Maria Duval is trying to say is that both childhood dreams and untenable constraints faced during adulthood all come from our own imagination.

If you believe that you can, you no doubt can.

If you believe you can’t, most probably you won’t achieve.

I know there carries a risk if we venture into something that is “unknown”. That is why most people are ordinary in life. However, let’s carry on dreaming our life and keep that passion burning. There has to have faith that what you do is worthwhile. Somehow you will find that right place and time to do it.

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