Reality Of Dreams

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Reality of Dreams
Who can say they have never dreamed? Every person has had a dream. Every person has strived to obtain their dream. Every person also has had obstacles in their way that prevented and delayed them from achieving their dreams. Reality is that many “dreams” are defined as dreams because their relative difficulty to come in reality or they are not common in occurrence; for if dreams were to be reached by all of society they would not be called dreams yet only mile stone in your life that is easy to come by. Many different people have many different dreams, each differing in concepts such things as a dream to have world peace or a dream that is widely shared with people like getting into a respected... View More »

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Gatsby is depicted as a person whom no matter what life threw at him he still did not stop or give up till he got his dream of getting his love even though it indirectly killed him at the end of the novel. There are many people like Gatsby that in their real lives were they must go through difficult times constantly to reach their goal, yet they will never give up till they reach it for better or worse.

In all segments of humanly interaction may it be books to television to friends you notice the difficulties people endure to secure their prize. No matter who you are or what your situation is you will have a dream and will have a choice on how you will play upon that dream and as always there are aspects of your dream that are not up to you varying from acts of nature or the action of a random person. In the world just as their our people whom differ in nationality and ideals there are also people who come about their dreams and aspirations differently. Some are hardworking and may strive to achieve their goals by any means necessary, surpassing all obstacles; or there are the others whom let life take its path either not caring enough for their dream to try to gain them or have no hope which ever it may be it pretty much depends on you and your dream. By turning on the news you will most likely hear a story about someone who endured many problems in their lives only to finally one day achieve their goal such as cancer survivors whom have only a short part in what they can actually do to survive other than dream and fight on and people such as astronauts whom from young ...

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