The younger you are, the more alive your dreams are. You fantasize about them and they are an important part of your life. However, as we age, life has a tendency of getting in the way of our dreams that we once had. Instead of keeping our dreams alive, human beings have a bad habit of just letting them go. People may laugh at you and tell you that you are too old. Dreams are for the young. Generally the people who are this degrading towards another person are actually feeling insecure about their own personal dreams that they have chosen to leave. So sometimes without realizing it, they are quick to stomp on another person's dream. Following your dreams will also encourage those important to you (i.e. your children) to never give up. Success and happiness can be contagious and it also has the power to change generations to come.
There is no doubt that as you grow older, responsibility takes over and the only things that you primarily focus on are those around you. While you should never neglect your family or your responsibilities, you should equally NEVER neglect yourself. Just because you have children or other additional responsibilities does not mean that you give up who you are as a person. Life is very unique. While we may never know or understand our future, if there was something that was placed upon your heart in your youth, chances are, there is still a great chance that you need to follow your dreams. Will it be harder with added responsibilities? ABSOLUTELY! But in life, anything that is worth having is worth fighting for. I encourage everyone, regardless of your race, ethnicity or age, to GO AFTER YOUR DREAMS! Even if you may not know exactly how to get there, start with your right foot on something that you know you can do and you will find that the left foot will somehow automatically follow. Some of the greatest gifts in this life require hard work and dedication.
NEVER LET YOUR CURRENT CIRCUMSTANCES,
DETERMINE YOUR FUTURE.
ALWAYS KEEP YOUR DREAMS ALIVE…
"Where there is no vision, the people
( Proverbs 29:18)."
Wrote and published the famous Little House books when she was in her 60's.
Begin his empire of Kentucky Fried Chicken
in his mid 60's.
Published her first book at 53, after being
rejected 39 times. Afterwards, she went on to
write 15 additional novels, which included
short novels, plays and an autobiography.
MARY Wesley was in her 70s when she
published her first novel. It was called
Jumping the Queue and no one could accuse
her of doing that. She went on to write
Became a professional well accomplished
comedian at the age of 37. Diller was rejected
multiple times because many people thought
she was too old to be a comedian.
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