There are some that I have fulfilled; I have seen pretty much all of Australia; owned my own bookstore; had my writing published.
There are still some dreams that I am waiting to fulfill, but I will not list them, lest they do not happen.
I've asked myself this question before and my own answer to myself is, Yes! I feel terrible though because to some degree, I know I have a long way to go to learn about life as experiences occur. My fulfillment at the time did stem from a great educational experience and an economic upsurge that validated my skills in the workforce. I'd hate to use politics or admit to the current issues, but to give you a basic rundown, what I did as a profession 2 years ago, comes at a 40 thousand dollar paycut - today. Have I fulfilled my dreams? good job, a house, a car, good health? yes! Am I able to maintain my dream? Not really. Could I have approached my dream differently? with better financial preparedness - absolutely.
I have published my first book that is a biggey for me.. I would like to own my own coffee/book store. and have book signings and and readings etc.
Some of the dreams I had when I was much younger have been fulfilled; but now I have new dreams and keep working on these. Dreams keep me motivated.
Some of my dreams have comes true, I've seen the Boston Red Sox win The World Series and The New England Patriots win the Super Bowl, Hub Pages is helping me fulfill my dream of writing and others I am working towards.
Yep, I lived and raised a family and I will be here until I die. What more can you really ask for? Greg
Nice question Cape. Have to tell you my truth and that will be what I believe. I not even a belief anymore it's a truth. Live for me is a journey , not a destination. Even if the Most High decide to actually meet me half way while on my way that's fine , but until then it will always continue and should go on even after the grave. It's truth and meaningful.
Keep up the good work:
I've fulfilled one of my biggest dreams, and that was getting sober. It's been 3 years. As for tomorrow? I will always strive for a new dream, and I have a whole bucket list full! Just oncwe, I want to hangglide, scubadive, fly a plane, bunjee jump...etc, etc, etc...If I didn't always have a dream of some kind, what would I do with the rest of my life?
Or do you dreams just continue even when you have completed what you thought were your dreams? As you travel and live you start to have more and more dreams!
Yes I fulfilled most of my dreams and now I have some new dreams I am trying to fulfill. I guess I will have a goal or dream I am trying to reach until the day I die.
No. I want to be a New York Bestselling author and I've yet to fulfill that dream. I do realize, however, that I'm blessed to at least be working full-time as a writer. So, having this blessing makes me work more towards being a NYTB author. Because since God blessed me with the ability to work full-time already, I know that dream is just one step away.
Not all of them! But I'm only in my early 20s. I've got plenty of time left to go. I'm not too worried
I think that, for myself, fulfilling my dreams will be a lifetime journey.
A couple of my dreams consist of completing and publishing a book that will totally benefit and inspire the reader, (it is non-fiction);
Also writing and presenting a legacy speech (Example Acres Of Diamonds; The Last Lecture). I would like to complete the book this year, AND the speech.
I just know I have to be writing. I will probably do this until God takes me.
HubPages is of great benefit, as it keeps my muse going which is so important to a writer.
Thanks for the question Capedium Blessings, Sparklea
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