A dream for some is a state of unconsciousness. While some believe in their dreams others don’t. How, we choose to examine and perceive our dream is up to us. The bottom line is we all dream and that is a fact. On this special edition of Edu-focus, we will be shedding light on the word “Dream” and analyse how to actually realize it at our respective levels or fields of life. It is also important to note that the ‘dream’ we are referring to is simply the picture of our desired future which in other words can be substituted as vision.
Before we go any further, it is important we see the definition of the term “Dream”. The word is a noun and according to the Oxford Dictionary, it is; (1) series of scenes or feelings in the mind of a sleeping person. (2) day-dream or fantasy. (3) ideal, aspiration. (4) a beautiful or ideal person or thing.
A renowned writer and motivational speaker John C. Maxwell spotted the following five key reasons why dreams never take flight; We have been discouraged from dreaming by others We fall into the habit of settling for average We are hindered by past disappointments and hurts We lack the confidence needed to pursue our dreams We are missing the imagination of our dream
By Uzoanya Kenneth