I heard a man said this morning that what he is doing is only temporary and he is sort of paving the way of a dream that will soon come true. Then I felt a little bit envious of his dream. I asked myself, "what's mine?" And I realized that I actually stopped dreaming for a while now because I feel content with what I have right now. I can't say that I'm living the dream but I can sense that I'm getting there because slowly, I am getting the things that I've always wanted.
Mine, never really changed I guess...I want to be filthy rich. LOL
So what's yours?
My dream is to become a published author..my other dream of being a teacher has already come true sooo just working on the author dream.
you you you! if you can give me JOY, am ok just want to be happy.
I didn't get what I liked but I tried to like what I got.
Hi Sheena, well my dreams have all evolved. Don't much have one now 'cept for World Peace. Is it maybe fantasy?
by aka-dj 8 years ago
You may or may not have a greatest fear of anything. A lot of people do. I have set up a survey hub for all those who would rather NOT post that publicly. But for those of you who don't mind, post away.I guess if I had to put anything at the top of the list, it would be a fear of failure at life....
by Laurel Rogers 4 years ago
by Poppy 3 years ago
What's your average Hub score?Just wondering what people tend to have as their average hub score.
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