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Image: the dream of the eunuch, by Jean-Jules-Antoine Lecomte du Nouÿ, 1874

Image: the dream of the eunuch, by Jean-Jules-Antoine Lecomte du Nouÿ, 1874

One day you’re inspired and arises a great idea, you conceive a dream that you want to fulfill, you plan a project that you want to develop. You draw it on a paper so you do not forget. You have already a goal. You are elated and believe that everything is possible, you believe that the taste of success is sweet and intense, and you believe that there is little difficulty. But the days pass and the euphoria fades. That idea is not so bright nor so interesting. It is increasingly difficult to achieve that goal. The flame of motivation fades and the dream ends up dying.

When you have the vision of a dream, you visualize a goal, but you don’t know the way. You start the trip and you discover that the destination is farther than it seemed, that the road is harder than you imagined, that arise unexpected events that divert you, that take you away and delay you. Every time you are more tired and the enthusiasm fades.

Dreams die when you abandon them. The stones of the road are what give value and meaning to your destination.

Redream your dreams every day in order to feed the enthusiasm on order to chase them. Redream your dreams every day in order to challenge the difficulties and fall in love with the travel. Redream your dreams, because redream is to dream again your dreams with a sharper image. Redream your dreams, because redream brings you closer more and more to the real destination. Redream your dreams in order to not abandon them. Redream your dreams in order to give life to your vision.

 

And you, do you redream your dreams?

 

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