"Life is never easy for those who dream" - Robert James Waller

Life is a very complicated word that has a lot of definitions. But then again...there is not one single definition.

We all understand it in different ways... we all live it in a different ways... our ways... easy ways. How we like it!

We all love to dream... and so do I. But a man once said, "Life is never easy for those who dream!" His name was Robert James Waller and it turned out that he was right. It is not bad to dream. After all, it is good to have your own dreams. Especially if they give you motivation in life.

There are a lot kinds of dreams: good, bad, playful... sexy.

Dreams sometimes make our lives easier. In the most cases we love our dreams and sometimes they even help us to become a better person.

But dreams can become a big problem too. Not just for us... but also for the people who love us and who live in our circle of life.

When we are sad or depressed, we try to find motivation on how to continue or why to continue with our lives.

I know... I have been there.

They can also be a problem when we are pulled in by someone's crazy ideas of future. We start to dream about things we would like to make real.

But, in the most of cases, this are just misconceptions that take over our lives. They start ruling with it, and our dreams become obsessions. Obsessions become our every day companions. They can destroy our lives. We start imagining things and a picture of the real world becomes distorted in our heads.

People commit suicides, homicides, and many other crimes that are not good in that condition. Dreams made people gone nuts! Thus, living is not easy anymore.

We can't let that this happens to us. We can't let our dreams take over our lives. We need to live in reality, not in our dreams.

"Who flies high, falls low."

That could be the consequence of dreaming.

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Comment by Nahuel on September 27, 2010 at 12:59pm
-smiles- I'm opened for every ideas!
Comment by Tehya Nicole on September 27, 2010 at 12:31pm
*laughs*Well maybe I just wanted to shed some light on that side!
Comment by Nahuel on September 27, 2010 at 10:11am
Bubbles - that's what I said about positive side of dreaming! -laughs hard-

Carmy - Thank you so so much. I would also like that I have met my mother. But my auntie Huilen is a decent replacement - laughs-
Comment by Carmen Denali on September 26, 2010 at 11:18pm
Thank you Naz *smiles* you have a wonderful family also with your aunt, she's an amazing woman.
Comment by Tehya Nicole on September 26, 2010 at 2:58pm
But dreams could also change the world if youre into that sort of stuff.Dreaming is like a rough draft of what you want sometimes you dont know what you want until you have a chance to "experiance" all the possibilities.What you wanted to be when you were five has changed thousands of times all because you found something better for you.Dreaming gives life more possibilities more of...a chance at change.Dont stop dreaming.Theres always room for improvment.So the other consequence is a change for the better I think its worth the risk.
Comment by Nahuel on September 24, 2010 at 9:23am
-smiles- yes Carmy, I completely agree with you on that one and I want to congratulation you for that! You have a wonderful family and no wonder that you love them very much!
Comment by Carmen Denali on September 24, 2010 at 12:15am
So very well put Nahuel, while I may not be able to sleep and dream as I once did, I have no need for it either, I am blessed to have my dream already, my family and friends.


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