Good morning to everyone in this room. I would like to thank the principal, the teachers, and my dear friends for allowing me to speak to you today about dreams. Dreams are the lovely fantasies one adopts as an escape from the harsh reality. People occasionally tend to daydream and lead imaginary lives.
This may be done to downplay the challenges and obstacles they face daily. Various types of dreams prevent individuals from falling asleep until they fulfill them. Dreams give our lives purpose. It gets someone ready to create objectives and then accomplish them. Dreams of this nature are essential to achievement and fame.
Mental activity that is different from conscious thinking is dreaming. According to clinical studies, the senses of sight, sound, touch, taste, smell, and pain are all present in dreams, making them more perceptual than intellectual. Most dreams are fragmented stories constructed from memories.
Most people have compared their lack of fulfillment and interest in life to these factors. They need to be determined to dream large and intelligent enough to make plans if they want to realize their ambition. Also, they must possess the strength of character to pursue their goal because, frequently, the easy way goes to the darkest depths of their hearts and souls.
The person who has a desire and wants it so badly that he would give up everything to pursue it may be the one who, in the end, ensures that all of his ambitions are realized. Greatness cannot be attained without failure. Never be afraid to dream, even if it may take hours of blood, sweat, and tears to turn them become reality. Thank you.