Dreams do turn to reality...Do you believe this?

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  1. dghbrh profile image76
    dghbrhposted 8 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?

  2. pippap profile image83
    pippapposted 8 years ago

    Not all dreams turn to reality; but, I have had some that have.

    1. dghbrh profile image76
      dghbrhposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      Nice to know that actually.
      Thanks

  3. dashingscorpio profile image88
    dashingscorpioposted 8 years ago

    In therory the answer is yes. Before you (intentionally obtain) anything it usually begins with a thought, vision, or desire. This is true whether one wants a donut, a car, earn a degree, a job, get married or whatever.
    There are two basic truths in life. 1. Nobody gets everything they want! (Therefore ask for and dream as much as possible). 2. Time is the most precious commodity on earth. None of know how much we will get. (Therefore don't live life as though you have a 1000 years to play with).
    One final thought; man is constantly evolving which means our goals and desires tend to change overtime. What was an important goal/dream at age 18 may not be so important to us at age 28 or beyond. Sometimes we come to find out what we have is all we (really) wanted.

    1. dghbrh profile image76
      dghbrhposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      Very correctly said. thanks for your response here.

  4. phillippeengel profile image75
    phillippeengelposted 8 years ago

    This is not the case when you know about the eminent chemist who had invented the periodic table. Dreams do turn to reality, but it is contingent on the fortitude you have, the wherewithal, as well as luck.

    1. dghbrh profile image76
      dghbrhposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      Thanks for replying here.

  5. QudsiaP1 profile image60
    QudsiaP1posted 8 years ago

    Dreams do turn into reality but for that to happen; you must be persistent and not lose hope, faith, patience and a sense of destiny. In order to convert dreams you must believe in them.

    1. dghbrh profile image76
      dghbrhposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      Many people die who have faith in their dreams and even half done dreams with people die. That surprises me always. Thanks.

  6. soconfident profile image77
    soconfidentposted 8 years ago

    Not all dreams come to past, but some of mine have, so I kinda believe it.

    1. dghbrh profile image76
      dghbrhposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      Thanks and nice to know.

  7. ChitrangadaSharan profile image90
    ChitrangadaSharanposted 8 years ago

    Not all dreams turn into reality---but in order to achieve great heights in life, you have to have a dream first.
    We all know, we are not here forever. Still we study, learn, fall in love, get married, have children, earn our living, build our home and so on.
    The first half of the life is spent in fulfilling our dreams and the second half, may be in seeing the dreams of our children being fulfilled.
    Life goes on like this. Dreams are unlimited, whereas life is limited.
    Thus we can dream only, as long as we live.

    1. dghbrh profile image76
      dghbrhposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      Many thanks for responding here with your view.

  8. jaredbangerter profile image85
    jaredbangerterposted 8 years ago

    I definitely believe this.  I've seen things that I've always wanted to own / have happen to me / experience that I never would have thought actually possible manifest into reality at an insanely rapid rate over the course of this last year.  The Law of Attraction and the power of manifestation is VERY REAL!  Just do what you need to do and act and think AS IF YOU ALREADY HAVE what you want and, if your karma is in alignment with that which you desire, it shall be granted unto you by the grace of God himself.

    1. dghbrh profile image76
      dghbrhposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      Thanks for your reply here.

  9. d.william profile image78
    d.williamposted 8 years ago

    We would hope that all dreams do not turn into reality.  I have had some pretty bizarre dreams that would effect you as well as everyone else on this planet. L.O.L.
    I do believe that we have premonitions that are revealed in our dreams, but they can be altered by the dreamer (as some dreams are warnings of impending danger), some dreams take years to come true, and some never will. 
    I had a dream of winning the lottery for $30 million dollars that was so real when i woke up i wasn't sure if it was real of just a dream.  Unfortunately it was only a dream, and not very likely to ever happen.  I have also had dreams that did in fact transpire, usually in reference to a life altering decision. 
    The laws of probability predict that a certain % of your dreams will come true simply by sheer chance, but that percentage is much smaller than those dreams that will never come true.

    1. dghbrh profile image76
      dghbrhposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      Thanks for responding here.

  10. profile image0
    JThomp42posted 8 years ago

    Yes, I believe one's dream can become reality with a lot of hard work, dedication, blood, sweat, tears, and maybe some luck also to help it along. I think the key to making one's dream come true is to make it realistic and possible to achieve. For instance, a Female shouldn't have a dream of becoming an NFL Football player. Make it reasonable.

    1. dghbrh profile image76
      dghbrhposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      Nice view for sure. Thanks

  11. IDONO profile image60
    IDONOposted 8 years ago

    No. If it's something that is possible to reach, it's not a dream; it's a goal. If I can reach any of my dreams, I'm not dreaming big enough.

    1. dghbrh profile image76
      dghbrhposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      many thanks for expressing your view here.

  12. howlermunkey profile image84
    howlermunkeyposted 8 years ago

    I sincerely hope not. Last night I dreamt I was a muppet. I think I looked like a smaller version of snuffaluffagus, but was bright red (like animal), and I was smack dab in the middle of NYC. No one seemed to notice me though, maybe thought I was a dog, or from the village.

    There I was, wandering through the streets of the big apple, and suddenly,  I saw another muppet across the street. "Im not alone!" I thought.

    "HEYYYYY!!!" I yelled....
    and ran across the street as fast as I could to see who it was, when, all of a sudden I got hit by a Limousine......... that Donald Trump just happened to be in.

    And, as I lay there, all I could hear was Donald shouting on his cell phone "Hey, I just hit a Muppet with my limo, you gotta see this thing, get down here ASAP"..."Get Down Hear ASAP"........."Get Down here asap"........"Get down here as"............

    Then I woke up. Or so I thought.......because all of a sudden I was in a corn field with ET. and you know what that little green alien dude said?

    "Donald Trump Want Phone Home".........

    1. dashingscorpio profile image88
      dashingscorpioposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      howlermunkey, There is a big difference between a dream and a nightmare! LOL!

    2. dghbrh profile image76
      dghbrhposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      yes i quite agree with dashingscorpio.....its kind of nightmare. Thanks anyways

    3. d.william profile image78
      d.williamposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      this is surely the best response of all to this question.  Hilarious. There are 'dreams', 'nightmares', 'aspirations'; 'inspirations'; and 'hopes' that we kinda try to put all in the same category.

  13. Gypsy Rose Lee profile image86
    Gypsy Rose Leeposted 8 years ago

    I believe not all dreams. There are dream which come like premonitions or warnings and some of them I've seen fulfilled luckily always for the better.

    1. dghbrh profile image76
      dghbrhposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      Thanks dear for replying here.

 
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