Lola says: Dreams are worth fighting for

dreamsI’m sorry for going walkabout but I needed a rest after fighting against the world even though I know that I’m fighting a losing battle. But I think that we must try to reach our dreams. For example, I have a friend who is in her fifties and she is still single. She thinks that she missed her golden opportunity to marry a marvellous and handsome man: a fireman. I think she is a total moron, who in their common sense can lose a fireman. She had the opportunity right under her nose and she let it run away.

But it´s very common to lose the golden opportunity because when we are children nobody teaches us how to fight for our dreams and when we grow up we don´t know how to do it. So, I have tried to teach this style of life to my children because I think it´s a pity that you don´t get what you want because you think it´s difficult.

I know you have to work hard every single day and that you can fall, but even if you don´t achieve it, you can be proud of yourself for trying.


One response to “Lola says: Dreams are worth fighting for

  1. Absolutely, I couldn’t be agree with you more. I think that emotional learning should be included in the National Curriculum.
    Your possitive post has made me remember about a quote by Paulo Coelho:
    ‘A fall from the third floor hurts as much as a fall from the hundredth. If I have to fall, may it be from a high place.’
    Welcome back!

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