Chasing dreams

Yesterday I talked about the difference between goals and dreams. We have both and not every dream is attainable no matter how hard we try for it. The fun part is that we never know what dreams of ours are attainable.

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If we did know than how would we grow? Maybe by working on one dream we discover new talents which in turn leaf to new dreams.

It’s a never ending circle with no visible end sights.


What are your dreams?

11 thoughts on “Chasing dreams

  1. To accomplish the goals that I set up for myself. Nothing would be more fulfilling. Nice pictures they really went well with the article.

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    1. Thanks for stopping by and good luck to you.

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  2. I have really enjoyed these two posts! I’m in agreement with you – both goals and dreams are important 🙂

    I’ve got a number of goals, short term and long term.. but I think the longest term goals are personal health and well being, as well as living with grace and aging successfully (as I stare down 50 in 2020 with glee and anticipation! ).

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    1. Oh! And I would love, love, love for a chronically ill friend to have a gornormous lottery win of the absolutely life changing type!

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      1. That would be awesome! One final hurrah to cross items off of their bucket list.

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    2. Thanks for stopping by. Best of luck to you. 🙂

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  3. Short term goals are what get you to long-term goals and leading towards dreams. Loved the post and definitely agree with everything you said! Looking forward to what is to come next.

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    1. Thanks for your kind words and thank you for stopping by.

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