Reality of Childhood Dreams


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Every child grows up believing they can reach for the stars, they can accomplish anything they aspire to. We are all raised to believe we can become astronauts, actors, and famous scientists if only we try hard enough. But the reality is much different from what we are taught to believe. As we get older, we start to learn that only a few lucky people can achieve those childhood dreams. The rest of us get soul crushing reality checks in the form of thirty thousand dollars in debt at the age of twenty two and only a dead end minimum wage job to pay it all off.

In a society that places so much emphasis on a person’s career, having no clue what you want to do with your life is almost equal to having no clue who you are. We spend so much time wrapped up in our work that we tend to define ourselves by it. Everything else  about us is for our spare time which it seems like we don’t have much of it. This is the society I found myself lost in…after my own awaking

Reminiscing Past


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We all started out so damn sure, thinking we got the world at our fingertips. Our tomorrows were full of endless possibilities – days were full of laughter while nights were full of exciting dreams and hopes. We were carefree and young once – invincible and oblivious to the world around us.

But somewhere down the road everything changed…before we could realize what was happening we had already changed as a person. The world that we once hand at the tips of our figures now makes us dance to its tune. The endless possibilities was replace with bitter truth that life have to offer us. Those days, once full of dreams and hopes seems someone else’s story now. Carefree souls have been wither with the reality.


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