To those who have reached a certain age in their lives, did you fufill the most important aspect of your dreams? If not, do you regret this or decided to not to sweat this but to be grateful for what you were given? If you regretted not fulfilling the most important aspects of your dreams, do you believe that it is time to start a new chapter of your life or you are just resigned to let what be,be?
I wanted to be a Physicist but I knew I was not smart enough to be one. I wanted to be a ballerina and a musician but I knew I would not excel in them. I suppose that my "dreams" were handed to me from my ancestors..my maternal grandparents would have liked for my mother to become a medical doctor, however she chose to marry instead...so when I was little I was "groomed" to be a medical doctor.
I did not want to be a medical doctor.
None of those dreams were mine...not even being a Physicist..or a Prima ballerina and concert pianist...
I have none..
by nightwork4 6 years ago
Is intelligence really needed to be a doctor?what I mean is that to be a doctor , people need to be smart in school. wouldn't an average person be able to do the job just as well as long as they have a good memory?
by deergha 5 years ago
Dreams do turn to reality...Do you believe this?If yes, then why people with lots of dreams and ambitions die before its completion?
by EncephaloiDead 3 years ago
We can see on these forums many believers constantly want us to present all kinds of information, knowledge, evidence and facts on a wide variety of subjects including, biology, cosmology, astronomy, physics and a whole array of other disciplines concerning the understanding of the world around us...
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