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The Dreamer

The Dreamer reminds us all that within us we do have dreams of our own.Some, or many have allowed their dreams to die, or made excuses of whyit is impossible to fulfill their dreams. Making ones dreams come to lifetakes time,great risk,courage,sacrifice,and work. Not everyone is willing todo this for one reason or another. For some it is age, for others, it islistening too much to what others have to say.Without dreams we becomeas shells, just exisiting. Sometimes we end up living for everyone else butour own dreams. Without Dream s, a purpose we go no where.Weaccomplish nothing.

What is the difference
between
having a dream, and having a fantasy?

A dream within you does not go away, even after years.

Fantasy is thinking you might get it when you have no chance.

Example; I want to be an elephant! This is a fantasy, it is impossible as I amhuman, elephants are animals. Now yes that is extreme,but think you getmy point. I like what somone has said "
Dream is what we want tomanifest in the world and in our lives, which is already real withinus ". Also
"Fantasy is using the imagination to experience the fulfillmentof desire or dream now."
Dreams! Goals! Ideals! They all mean thesame. These things are what fill every human alive. They are part oflife and human nature. We all have the inbred desire for a good life.Dreams are vital to the life of every person. Without dreams, thereis nothing to plan or look forward to; therefore, no reason to live.Dreams are what keep each and every one of us going.
People who had Dreams, and found away, and over came manyobsticles along the way;

The Wright Brothers-
Albert Einsteine

"A person starts to live when he can live outsidehimsel
Chapter1The Dreamer
“You may say I'm a dreamer, but I'm not the only one. I hope someday you'll joinus. And the world will live as one.” John Lennon- The music played as she wrote in her journal which was kept secret for her eyesonly. No one really new she had a journal, let alone what was in it. She spent hoursalone. For some reason she never really clicked with anyone, but had a friend orthree here and there. One good friend who worked down at the backery, three yearsolder than her never seemed to be approved by mom for a friend. The thought was because she was part Asian.Mother was always commenting "those Japs, andAsians are taking over everything, and are everywhere". Of course Her mothernever ever who admit she had predujuices. It was hard at home, living with somuch negativity, and criticisms. She always felt as if she was never good enough.
On days she was not in school, she would find time to hang out at the lake, the beach, in a forest park, or at the airport. Her favorite place was the airport and lake.Watching the birds, and planes fly desirng to be able to spread her wings. The feelof the warm sun on her body, and refreshment of jumping into the lake. There wasa rock peir where people could lay out or dive. It was funny one Sunday afternoonwhile she was laying out there was a wedding party which came down for pictures. Not to happy with having to move as she saw them peiring at the pier. However;the offering of 10.00$ made for an easy decsion for about an hour.She I name Dreamer, as some have said all she does is dream, and she does notaccomplish anything. She needs to get a life. For Dreamer not many thought muchof her, or her dreams. She used to share them with many, but quickly learned thatwas not a good idea for her to do. Her dream could be anybodys.There is a dreamer in each of us. Some say, and believe it is childish to havedreams. I think without a dream, what then would be accomplished. Somone had a dreamof going to the moon. It happened.
Dreamers "For some years, I have been afflicted with the belief that flight is possible to man. My diseasehas increased in severity and I feel that it will soon cost me an increased amount of money, if not my life…
Wilbur Wright
Failures seem to be the road to success.
When the Wright Brothers arrived at Kitty Hawk in 1903 for their historic attempt,they were almost certain of success. They had all but conquered the air the previous year with over 1,000 successful gliding flights in their 1902 glider,
"allunder perfect control of the operator,"
wrote Wilbur. But only one year prior totheir 1902 success, after disappointing glider experiments in 1900 and 1901, theBrothers had nearly given up in defeat. They had based their wing designs on thework of predecessors, pioneers who were widely respected within the scientificcommunity, only to discover that all of it was hopelessly in error. On returningfrom Kitty Hawk after unsuccessful gliding experiments in 1901, Wilbur's despairwas evident when he declared:
"Not within a thousand years will man ever fly."
But in one last effort, the Wrights turned to wind tunnel tests and finallyuncovered the secrets of heavier-than-air flight. An elated Orville wrote to afriend:
"Isn't it astonishing that all of these secrets have been preserved for somany years just so we could discover them!"
The 1902 glider would prove out theirnew discoveries, and the 1903 machine, essentially a larger powered version oftheir 1902 glider, would take to the air in triumph.Albert Einstein

Albert Einstein did not speak until he was four years old and didn't read until hewas seven. His teacher described him as "mentally slow, unsociable and adriftforever in his foolish dreams." He was expelled and refused admittance to ZurichPolytechnic School. The University of Bern turned down his Ph.D. dissertation as being irrelevant and fanciful.

Colonel Sanders
had the construction of a new road put him out of business in 1967. He went toover 1,000 places trying to sell his chicken recipe before he found a buyerinterested in his 11 herbs and spices. Seven years later, at the age of 75, ColonelSanders sold his fried chicken company for a finger-lickin' $15 million!

Source ;
-- A failure to success story from A Cup of Chicken Soup for the Soul byJack Canfield and Mark V. Hansen
Martin Luther King Junior-
Martin Luther King, Jr., (January 15, 1929-April 4, 1968) was born Michael LutherKing, Jr., but later had his name changed to Martin. He graduated from HighSchool at age 15, went on to get his B.A Degree in the year 1948. This man had adream, not just for himself, but for all.He was a Pastor,Leader,Noble Prize winner at abut age 35.
Remember his speech?

" I have a dream that one day this nation will rise up and live out the true meaningof its creed: "We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are createdequal." I have a dream that one day on the red hills of Georgia, the sons of former slavesand the sons of former slave owners will be able to sit down together at the table ofbrotherhood. I have a dream that one day even the state of Mississippi, a state sweltering with the heat of injustice, sweltering with the heat of oppression, will betransformed into an oasis of freedom and justice.I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where theywill not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character.
I have a dream today! Where would civil rights be today without dreamers, who dared to pursue theirdream?.
I Have a Dream Delivered 28 August 1963, at the Lincoln Memorial, Washington D.C.
http://www.americanrhetoric.com/speeches/mlkihaveadream.htm


You may say I'm a dreamer, but I'm not the only one. I hope someday you'll join us. And the world will live as one.”
John Lennon-

The music played as she wrote in her journal which was kept secret for her eyes only. No one really new she had a journal, let alone what was in it. She spent hours alone. For some reason she never really clicked with anyone, but had a friend or three here and there. One good friend who worked down at the backery, three years older than her never seemed to be approved by mom for a friend. The thought was  because she was part Asian.Mother was always commenting "those Japs, and Asians are taking over everything, and are everywhere". Of course Her mother never ever who admit she had predujuices. It was hard at home, living with so much negativity, and criticisms. She always felt as if she was never good enough.

On days she was not in school, she would find time to hang out at the lake, the  beach, in a forest park, or at the airport. Her favorite place was the airport and lake. Watching the birds, and planes fly desirng to be able to spread her wings. The feel of the warm sun on her body, and refreshment of jumping into the lake. There was a rock peir where people could lay out or dive. It was funny one Sunday afternoon while she was laying out there was a wedding party which came down for pictures.  Not to happy with having to move as she saw them peiring at the pier. However; the offering of 10.00$ made for an easy decsion for about an hour. She I name Dreamer, as some have said all she does is dream, and she does not accomplish anything. She needs to get a life. For Dreamer not many thought much of her, or her dreams. She used to share them with many, but quickly learned that was not a good idea for her to do. Her dream could be anybodys. There is a dreamer in each of us. Some say, and believe it is childish to have dreams

I think without a dream, what then would be accomplished. Somone had a dream of going to the moon. It happened.
Dreamers

"For some years, I have been afflicted with the belief that flight is possible to man. My disease has increased in severity and I feel that it will soon cost me an increased amount of money, if not
my life…
." 

Wilbur Wright 

Failures seem to be the road to success.

When the Wright Brothers arrived at Kitty Hawk in 1903 for their historic attempt, they were almost certain of success. They had all but conquered the air the  previous year with over 1,000 successful gliding flights in their 1902 glider,
"all under perfect control of the operator," 
 wrote Wilbur. But only one year prior to their 1902 success, after disappointing glider experiments in 1900 and 1901, the Brothers had nearly given up in defeat. They had based their wing designs on the work of predecessors, pioneers who were widely respected within the scientific community, only to discover that all of it was hopelessly in error. On returning from Kitty Hawk after unsuccessful gliding experiments in 1901, Wilbur's despair was evident when he declared:
"Not within a thousand years will man ever  fly." 
 But in one last effort, the Wrights turned to wind tunnel tests and finally uncovered the secrets of heavier-than-air flight. An elated Orville wrote to a friend:
"Isn't it astonishing that all of these secrets have been preserved for so many years just so we could discover them!" 
 The 1902 glider would prove out their new discoveries, and the 1903 machine, essentially a larger powered version of their 1902 glider, would take to the air in triumph. Albert Einstein

Albert Einstein did not speak until he was four years old and didn't read until he was seven. His teacher described him as "mentally slow, unsociable and adrift forever in his foolish dreams." He was expelled and refused admittance to Zurich Polytechnic School. The University of Bern turned down his Ph.D. dissertation as  being irrelevant and fanciful.

Colonel Sanders

had the construction of a new road put him out of business in 1967. He went to over 1,000 places trying to sell his chicken recipe before he found a buye

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