Thursday, July 1, 2010

The Real Question [Part 3]: What DO you have to lose?

Ambition is a dream…

A thought in your head of something you would like to achieve, that is to say, a goal you aspire to make a reality.

We’ve heard this statement before, ‘dreamers never amount to much.’ Nonetheless, one’s purpose is discovered through much thought, so without dreams there's nothing really worth aiming for.

Now, bringing an object to life, is not as easy as snapping your fingers. You must first envision it, draft a plan, gather your resources and then build each level layer by layer until the project is complete. It is a painstaking process that takes time.

Your state of mind can be a major downfall when seeking purpose, if you refuse to try by saying that dream is unattainable, if you give up part of the way, or if you become easily distracted then your dream will remain just that, a fantasy.

Even if you make an attempt putting your best foot forward, trying sincerely to succeed yet failed, but in that failure you are determined to see it done, you would in fact be proving to yourself that you have great inner strength to face head on, any challenge that may come your way in the future.

You have absolutely nothing to lose by following your dreams; instead, there is much to be gained.


  1. I couldn't agree more! I've held fast to my dreams even as I've seen my friends, one by one, setting theirs aside for more practical matters. Who's to say one is right or one is wrong, but all I know is I've watched my dream come closer and closer to being realized, and I'm glad I never gave up on it. I hope everyone holds tight to their dreams. With hard work, we can make them happen. Thank you for such an inspiring post.

  2. Absulutely right. Dreams can be realized if we just hold on to it and keep moving on...