Our Future depends on our dreams? Really? Well if that’s the case then I see a very bright future ahead of me since I have only dreamed of Shahrukh khan my entire life.
Honestly speaking, when I hear this word “DREAM” I only take it as part of human psychology involving certain visuals deeply related to our past or present state, since I was raised with such mentality. There was a time in my life when I use to believe that dreams have no jurisdiction whatsoever in our career counseling because middle-class portion of our population simply can’t afford it. Here in Pakistan, Career Counseling can only be perceived in dictionaries since parents here decide what their child will become; moreover the decision is made considering one and only one aspect which is MONEY, MONEY AND MONEY.
Although before pouring my heart out on this topic, I only found one thing interesting in it, which is sleeping and have, became an obsession these days.
I never understood why God created dreams? Why are we forced to see things that we actually want but can never really attain them? Why such torture?
I spent quite a time in searching answers for these questions and have concluded that Dreams are actually kick backers forcing and telling us to pull ourselves up and struggle for things we long for rather than sitting in some miserable chair and cursing fate.
You all might have heard this phrase, “Something is better than nothing” so instead of achieving nothing, we all must try to achieve, at least some parts of our goals that we spent all our lives fathoming about.
Now let’s divert our thoughts to a slightly unpleasant topic which links us to some unusual characteristics of Dreams. Dreams are natural phenomenon but they change as an individual grow older, as for boys it generally remains the same because an infant boy or an adult man both will only dream of Taylor Swift nothing more, nothing less and nothing else.
Now in this singular narration I would really love to discuss a minute portion of our society, who believes that dreams never actually come true. Well before replying to such absurd statements I would like to quote a very famous saying of Mr. Walt Disney which is, “If you can dream it, you can do it”.
We have living examples of personalities who actually found the purpose of their lives in the dreams they saw and proved the phenomenon of dreams actually coming true. So all those who think that dreams are just fictional images I’ve only one thing to say, “GET A LIFE FOLKS”.
Now finally with a sore throat, I would like to end my speech by saying these last few lines, that the two most important days of our lives are the days we were born and the days we find out why…