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Ever since the beginning of the United States there have been dreamers Each person having there own dream there own idea of what they want to and hope to become of there own life living in this new world The dreams each person holds is their own that they have made for themselves throughout the time they have had on the earth Always changing but always staying the same The dreams they what fir the future the dreams they remember from the past This is the American Dream the dream that a single body wants for themselves that is special to them The American Dream can be shared by more than one individual but living in a location hundreds of miles away and in surrounds totally different than the ones we live in The American Dream can be described as what you hope to accomplish in ones life time The only way for your American Dream to come true is to achieve it not by sitting back and hoping that it will come on its own Get out there and seize the American Dream The American Dream can only be achieved through ones self That through ones determination one can achieve anything There is a time in everymans education when he arrives at the conviction that envy is ignorance that imitation is suicide that he must take himself for better for worse as his portion that through the wide universe is full of good no kernel of nourishing corn can come to him but through his toil bestowed on that plot of ground which is given to him to till Emerson 364 Emerson nails it on the head ones self is the means of what can come That everyone has there own dream to follow and not to follow someone elses dream With what is given is what has to be worked with no more no less Take what is given and make that dream
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