REALITY IS WHAT WE MAKE IT
When we are young, we dream dreams of a caliber that
drifts furtherín further away from being achieved due
to the onset of realities of life. Youíll then have
people who have been thereín done that telling you
that plain passion doesnít put food on the table and
thatís what you should concern your self with first.
Over time when you think about it over, thereís always
someone who has reached there who reaches out to some
ones heart who has told you so. Despite the advice
theyíd give, they love being taken over by the passion
overflowing from their work. It gives them their
regular dose of freedom from being bound to only be
able to make ends meet and not being able to afford
much more. If they relish being blessed by people in
places to where they advise careful advancement, why
donít they along with everybody else give people who
find their place there the opportunity to get there?
That makes me question the distance between dreamsín
reality. Do we make it as hard as it is on ourselves?
Have we created it, the very people who would detest
it with all our might if we had the chance? Or in the
process of telling and reminding ourselves that lifeís
not easy, do we forget that we are all here for the
same purpose and that it would only help us achieve it
easier if we put aside out understandably selfish
The next time you find yourself writing off someone or
something like that remember that there is a system in
place which we are all, meant to be a part of. We are
not thrown into this world and left for only the
fittest to survive. We should stop trying so hard to
guarantee our success. The harder we fight against the
system in place, the more difficult life will be.
Dreams donít have to be difficult. We deny ourselves
the right to have them come true for us when we create
the reality that we live in that we ourselves are held
The next time you come across an idea thatís noble
donít kill it because one would only waste more timeín
energy pushing it through in this world where reality
is cruel enough to let that remain an ideal only.
Donít appreciate it idealligicaly and say that real
lifeín reality are a much bigger thing to worry about.
It would help you and everybody else if ideals were
reality. If you cant say anything else donít say
anything at all. Keep an eye on it and if it breaks
through, you benefit at no cost of yours. Sometime
somebody somewhere or the other will want to be
reached out to and thatíll be when nobleness will be
given its due.