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Dreams ran, so I chased them.

by Lydia24 on December 4, 2013   |  FacebooktwitterTumblr


Dreams are unattainable when the individual only puts in the minimum amount of effort. The reason they are called dreams is because they’re almost too good to be a reality and they don’t stay still for anyone, you are forced to chase them. As questions arose about what I was going to do after I graduated, I tried to picture myself where I’d be happiest in the future; regardless of the reality of getting there. I knew that if I had the desire and motivation to make something happen, that I would eventually catch up to my speeding dream and make it my own. Dreams aren’t meant for those who are content with the bare minimum, they are meant to be pursued by those with desire to enhance the life they live. I saw my dreams hit the ground running and I stayed close behind, careful not to miss a single step.

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