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Live Your Dreams is achieving a cherished ambition.

  • Live your dreams kermit the frog
  • Live your dreams susan boyle

Power of the dream

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  • “Every fool knows you can't touch the stars, but it doesn't stop a wise man from trying.”

    —Harry Anderson Actor, Magician

  • “If one is lucky, a solitary fantasy can totally transform one million realities.”

    —Maya Angelou Poet, Dancer, Producer, Playwright, Director, Author

  • “I have heard it said that the first ingredient of success - the earliest spark in the dreaming youth - is this: Dream a great dream.”

    —John A. Appleman Author

  • “Nothing splendid has ever been achieved except by those who dared believe that something inside them was superior to circumstance.”

    —Bruce Barton Politician, Author, Executive

  • “Choose to chance the rapids and dare to dance the skies.”

    —Garth Brooks Singer, Songwriter

Stories About Live Your Dreams

Living My Dream

Submitted by Amanda L.

Growing up I always dreamed about being a doctor. As a child I used to play pretend doctor with my friends and my favorite...

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Never Let Dreams Die; Exhilaration Follows!

Submitted by Anonymous

It was the summer of 1952. I was 10 years old. We moved to a new house, in a new school district. I met a few friends and...

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Live Your Dream

Submitted by MiKayla

MiKayla McGee
Miss Schulte
15 May 2014
Live Your Dream

I just got out of school, I am walking down the...

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Everyday Hero Stories

Walter & Alexis P

My heroes are my amazing daughter Alexis and wonderful boyfriend Walter. Without them I would be nobody. They give me the...

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Rebel W

She is a hero of mine because she is a person that seizes every opportunity. She is never afraid to get embarrassed and that...

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Jessica C

Not really my hero - just an amazing story - I've included part of it - - check it out - she seems like the real deal - and...

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I can think of one really special person that touched many lives through his music, however his untimely and early death was saddening. This person is israel-kamakawiwo from Hawaii. He redid the song "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" against all odds. Many people like him would have shyed away from the public eye, but not this young man - bless his soul. His voice, his skill made him famous, and wonderfully- the world looked past his heavy weight stature. It is a wonderful thing that people accepted him for who he was, not how he looked. Something that happens around the world every single moment, second, minute, hour, day, week, month, year, decade. It shows, we all can be less judgemental of persons if we open our hearts and souls and truely get to know a person, in person - not just on a computer or TV. His legacy to me is that there are NO BOUNDARIES TO WHAT A BEING CAN ACCOMPLISH IF THEY ARE WILLING TO IGNORE ALL THE NEGATIVITY DIRECTED AT THEM. That being said, I can personally speak from real life experiences. His song would make such a heart felt and touching impact across many generations. For the many people that have left remarks stating "I want" as the first words need to think, do they really want to do what they claim, if yes, all that is needed is ACTION. A desire or goal is nothing without the ACTION to take steps towards the want. If youd like more fresh perspectives like this, please let me know and the time will be made to better this world and all our relationships. Best, Stephen Mark
Stephen Mark, Canton, Ga Usa

Dream then do.
Bruce Willingham, Warner Robins, Ga

I want to go on a journey across the USA by foot, and write about my experiences. I don't care if the book doesn't sell, but just that someone else will read it and want to experience life differently.
Arthur, Wy

I want to be more compassionate towards people.
Sabra, Sacramento

I want to own my own business within the next year.
Ricky White, Decatur, Al

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