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Between living and dreaming there is a third thing Guess itEveryone lives Life is priceless During the bout of our lives we dream Whether or not those dreams are pursued is up to the dreamer No one wants to be classified only as a dreamer because someone who is only a dreamer hopes for things in their future while doing nothing to make it reality Martin Luther King said Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about the things that matter When we stop expressing ourselves is when our life begins to not matter because once we stop thinking or saying the things we desire we have no more dreams left nothing else to achieve Dreaming is essential and detrimental It is important to have goals so living is possible Being alive is not enough You dont want to be alive poor illiterate and unmotivated Success is what people naturally hope for and does not come easilyThe mind of a pessimistic person is a dark place They will always see the negative side of things With the idea of a negative outcome burning in the mind a person will normally not waste their time in trying However an optimist will have hope I am no optimist but I have learned to not worry so much of the bad and focus more on the good With every decision made there is a risk of something bad happening and as humans that is a risk we have to be willing to take without failure you cannot learn with no knowledge you cannot live and if you cannot live you are a dreamer nothing moreTo be more than a dreamer a person must know how to get what they want At a young age people began to set goals For example when I was just six years old I announced to my parents that I wanted to be a Doctor for babies At six what
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