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Why do some people’s dreams get realized, and others don’t?

Topic #175: Why do some people’s dreams get realized, and others don’t? Make a list of the factors you think…

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    1. I think some people doesn’t work hard enough for their dreams. Some even lose their hopes and they’re just letting themselves caught up in the situation. How can one possibly dream when their life is nothing but a mess. They haven’t realize their true worth. Would someone out there, care enough for these people, to be able to come out of their shells and someone help them to unleash their true potential.

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  1. I think it comes down to how people deal with adversity. No one dreams of things that they can go out and achieve without any sort of opposition. I think people who do eventually realize their dreams are able to do so only after defeating the obstacles before them. It’s a matter of determination, perseverance, and accepting there are things you can’t change, but still trying your hardest to correct what you can.

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  2. I believe that we are part of a divine plan for our spirits. You may think your dreams are not being answered, but the road you are on now, may be the bridge to other dreams unimaginable!

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  3. I think people give too easily on their dreams. Some people think that there’s a miracle pill or some angel dust you can sprinkle on your that will create instant happiness. Dreams rarely magically come true. You have to work to make them happen.

    I’m with mdbogin. I think that God has a plan for each of us that is laid out like a roadmap. What we do with that map determines where life will lead us. We can stay on the straight and narrow, but this is not the norm. And being human and totally fallable, I know I’ve taken some wrong turns. But each time I do, I try to get back on track and head in the right direction. Is it an easy road? No way. There is no spiritual or guru GPS to guide us in life except blind faith and belief in try, try, try again if it didn’t work the first time. As hard as it is, if we want our dreams to be realized, it’s only through learning from the deep ruts we’ve dug ourselves out of and repeatedly doing what needs to be done that we can actually find out where we need to go and how to get there. I’m still learning each and every day of my life!

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  4. Dreams change. What I thought I wanted years ago, when it didn’t come into my life, I realized later it was something I didn’t really want. Part of not realizing my dreams was only a process of refining what I did want. Focus helps.

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  5. Oh no not another list, I’m only in my 20s on 101 :)
    OK my opinion.
    1. You can put all life as we know it, into two realms, leaders and followers, those that do and those that do more
    2. DNA makes you, who has gone before contributes to who you are, leader or follower
    People who go out grab life by the neck and realise their dreams are in my opinion leaders

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    1. Starting all over again and beginning a new life, I think I’d prefer to choose to become a follower first. Then after familiarizing all the things, that will only be the time to become a leader.

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    1. Definitely! I agree with you on that. Dreams should be SMART (systematic, measurable, attainable, realistic, and time-bounded)

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    1. Not at all times. Still, you will be the one to decide, if you’re gonna let it happen or not.

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  6. It has to do with many things. All of the above things mentioned plus one’s temperament. Whether one is an introvert, extrovert, intuitive, sensing, perceiving or thinking, judging or accepting … all determines whether one will listen to one’s own voice over another person telling them that their dreams are only dreams and will never happen.

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  7. U hv different dreams as u grow from one stage to another. If u work hard & stick to ur goal u can achieve ur dreams. But u must have patience to achieve the dream. I hv tried all my life to search my identity. Now @52yrs I find it happening. Very close to it will inform u guys first.

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    1. I can relate somehow to your comment. Seems like we’re both sharing the same story in life. I’ve been also to identity crisis before but now I’m almost about to say that I’m over it. Its better to say that I should be over it.

      All will work well in its proper place and time. Patience, therefore, would be a key factor to success.

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  8. Eu cheguei à uma conclusão vejo por mim, luto, luto, mas não consigo conseguir nada!!!! Então vejo pessoas que conseguem tudo sem sequer fazer o menor esforço! Reconheço que existem pessoas que também lutam muito e conseguem seus objetivos!
    Abraços a todos!
    Mina!

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    1. Of course not. Everyone has the opportunity to dream. It’s up to us on how are we going to utilize such chance that have been given to us. A chance of a lifetime…

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