The Importance Of Dreams In My Life

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I was presented for an article from a friend, who is a nurse. It was about what older people in nursing homes regretted the most in their lives. Surprisingly, the major regret was, not doing the things they dreamed of. What do you dream about? Are there something you really would like to do? What is holding you back?
 Even with dyspraxia, your can make your dreams come through, and you have every right to do it. First of all, you have to start dreaming, if you are not doing it already. It might sound weird, but you have to be aware of the things you want in life, especially if you have become numb from a busy life or a life of disappointments. There are no limits for the number of experts, methods, books written etc. about how making the dream come…show more content…
You have to think positively about it all, and focus on solutions no matter what your peer-group says. Most things does not just happened out of the blue, and therefore you have to create your own destiny by taking charge of your life. Sometime you will need to work persistently to make it happened, or it can take time, since you have to research to find solutions and make the preparations. Like when I went snorkelling while traveling, I had to get in contact with relevant companies upfront, and explain my challenge to them. The good thing was, that most companies were happy to help me out, some even without extra charges. A few times, I have had to tweak my dream a bit or be creative to make the impossible possible. Like when I wanted to learn to dive, and I learned I will never get a medical approval by a doctor. I did not give up, and on Hawaii I was offered to snuba-dive. Snuba-diving is where the air-support is on the surface, and there is a tube from the air-support and down to the mouth-piece. It is not diving, but Still, I can go deeper compared to snorkelling, and I had an amazing

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