Hello, I’m glad your here, visiting my website. If you don’t mind I would really appreciate it if you would give me another minute or two of your undivided attention. I’m going to attempt to inspire you.
I want to talk to you about a few things. HEY! Why not FOLLOW! I now have over 300 followers!
First of all I would like to let you know that theres a good reason I’m staying up as late as possible and making sure I finish the thought that suddenly erupting in my head today. If you have the slightly curiosity in this thought, why I just created this website, and why Im staying up late to write this all down, then please continue to be curious and read on.
Ok so the first thing I would like to say is that its a fact (not a proven fact) but (I’m pretty damn sure fact) that every single person in the world has a dream.
They have a dream. And that dream is very important to them. Now don’t get the definition of dream mixed with the simpleton definition of wish. A dream is a much more respectable, honorable, and powerful word that of wish.
Remember, “I have a wish” were not the sincere words spoken by Martin Luther King Jr.
I believe that I can change the way the world views people. Yeah, I know, sorry for the low aspirations.
Because I feel like the world perceives people as not having dreams, some people actually look at other people and think their simple, that they don’t have feelings and that they don’t have creative, interesting dreams that they should be apart of! We almost disregard the average person as having just an average dream, or none at all; well I want to change that.
In today’s society we have learned through the hardships of life that dreamers, those people who aspire to follow there passions, often times end up in the corner of the room that is not filled with success. We have learned from our parents, grandparents, and friends that we should lead a logical life where we have concrete guidelines and straightforward aspirations. In all lof this dogmatic idealism dreamers are thrown into a black, molding, heap of dust where they are left to die and have birds crap on their faces. Its actually awful if you think about it.
Fear, is what leads to this. Fear is what causes people to not follow their dreams, but even worse it is what causes people to dismiss, and criticize other people’s dreams. How many times do you think a child in some second grade class says he wants to become an astronaut, and then, a second later, someone tells him he will never accomplish this? This is what turns happy young children, into rude old men.
I believe we need to change this. I believe we need to change the way the world views your dreams!
Now that I have described to you my belief, I want to talk to you about how I’m going to do something about it through this blog.
This blog will not be about me, but about you. I want this website to be a vessel of dreams, of goals, of the most sincerely and personal beliefs that you think you can achieve. One of the many outcomes of society not supporting our dreamers is that people are beginning to internalize their dreams. People are afraid to tell others what their dreams are. That is how dreams die. If you never express you dream, it dies with you. I’m trying to help you express your dreams.
So to anyone who is brave enough, or not brave enough, or just think this idea is cool and wants to have their dreams posted on my blog (by the way they will all be posted as anonymous, unless you ask to post it with you name) please send me an email of your dream to firstname.lastname@example.org. Just a few sentences will work, and It will posted on the dreams page of this blog.
I will post the first dream, just to get things started.
Also I would like to add that since there has been such a recent growth and interest in my blog, I have added a link for donations so I can use the money to turn this blog into a professional looking website, and attract even more people! Some readers suggested that I should add a donate button, so this is the best I can do. Here’s the link please donate if you really feel compelled, every penny will help!
If you believe in my idea, in dreams, and the purpose of this blog; please show support, like and/or comment. It will be greatly appreciated, and that way I will know that I’m making a difference. Also any tweetting on twitter or posts on facebook, etc. will help get peoplehavedreams.com out there. You can also use the Press This button or if your couragous, REBLOG ME! Oh yeah…
Remember you can contact me at email@example.com, trust me being slightly vulnerable and sending your dream will be liberating at the least. And if it not, I can only promise: exciting, awesome, amazing, and spectacular.
Also I should say, that sending your dream to me to post doesn’t mean your going to throw away everything you worked hard to get, and go chase after your dream. It just adds to the point that individuals out there do have dreams. And hopefully if there are enough dreams posted someday,dreamers, will start to realize that they are not alone; and then maybe will have the guts to chase after what they love.
Hey, just another thought, if you feel compelled to comment please do! Comment and get involved as much as you like!
I believe that dreams are strengthened when we tell them to someone else. Let’s make this blog a canvass where we can paint the dreams of the world.
Pss:To all of you who would like to email me a dream to post:please read this…
So it less confusing for me, please send your dream to me by email…separate from a comment. Sometimes people comment and also tell me their dream and I have no idea if their just being friendly or if they want me to post their dream…I usually assume the latter. Also, If you want it to be posted with your name, please indicate that. If you don’t it will be posed anonymously. And remember to try to send me an email with your dream…it’s harder and more confusing to me when you post it as a comment mixed with other stuff.
Thanks for reading the directions, it will really help me out if you follow the guidelines. Peace out, and dream on!