Dreams can turn into Reality

June 23, 2015

Dreams are always the beginning of a very long journey. If we are determined that we want to achieve certain goals in life, we can definitely do it by putting in a lot of efforts and hard work. But, nothing can be achieved if we do not dream about it.

We must start dreaming right from our childhood. Our dream always helps us to focus on what we want to achieve. We can start concentrating on our career and select a field of our choice right from the beginning.

The path to success is never straight. We will definitely come across a lot of curves and barriers. But, these barriers must never become a hindrance in our lives. Failures may occur at different stages during this journey. But, they must never be considered as obstacles. Instead, they must be accepted as stepping stones to success.Thomas Edison has rightly quoted, “There is a great value in disaster. All our mistakes are burnt up. Thank God we can now start anew.” Such a positive attitude will always help us to reach great heights.

We must always have a positive attitude and never be depressed when things don’t turn up the way we had expected. We must be ready to accept challenges in our life which would help us to move on. As Arland Gilbert has rightly said, "When we accept tough jobs as a challenge and wade into them with joy and enthusiasm, miracles can happen.”

It is very essential for us to identify our inner talents and potentials from the very beginning. We can use these extra skills or talents in a variety of ways in order to climb the ladder to success. Our focus on achieving something must be very strong and passionate. Josh Billings has correctly told us, “Be like a postage stamp, stick to one thing until you get there.” We must never forget that the darkest moments of one’s life may carry seeds of the brightest tomorrow.

If we believe in our dreams, work towards achieving it and try to achieve our goals, then success will definitely be ours and nothing can stop us from changing our dreams into a reality.



By Priyanka Reena Quadras
Priyanka is originally from Mangaluru. She has done M Sc in statistics from Loyola College, Chennai and B Ed from MES Teachers College, Bengaluru. At present, she is working as a lecturer in statistics in Jyoti Nivas Pre-University College, Bengaluru.
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Comment on this article

  • Ambrose D'Mello, Pangala / Mumbai

    Fri, Jun 26 2015

    Well written article Ms Priyanka. Positive approach and focus in right direction shall indeed help in turning 'dreams into reality'.

  • John DSouza, Mangaluru

    Thu, Jun 25 2015

    Real dreams are not mere wishes
    Perhaps wishes are selfish, narrow minded and limited to acquire Hennu,Honnu and Mannu
    But dreams normally being generous, aim to solve major and severe problems of society, economy and environment

  • Lavina Mathias, Udupi

    Tue, Jun 23 2015

    Nice article. Encouraging the new generation. Keep it up.....

  • vincent dsa, Shankerpura,Dudbai

    Tue, Jun 23 2015

    Nice article.It is very true that the darkest moments of one’s life carry seeds of the brightest tomorrow

  • Jan, Mangalore

    Tue, Jun 23 2015

    Nice article. Well said. :)

  • R.Bhandarkar, Mangaluru

    Tue, Jun 23 2015

    ...And I forgot Madam....Initially I used to be shy telling all this.... ...Now..no..
    You are be beautiful!

  • Lucy Rodrigues, Moodubelle/Mumbai

    Tue, Jun 23 2015

    Nice article. Thank you and God bless you.

  • John DSouza, Mangaluru

    Tue, Jun 23 2015

    Thank you very much Priyanka for your excellent inspiration and encouragement to dream in life.

    Certainly we need to have patience, not to depress and move forward by facing hurdles, failures and difficulties till our dreams comes true.

    A big dream can make a world of difference, with a Revolutionary Change.

    If mobile can enjoy an amazing revolution, why not the automobile too, being the gravity force is free, abundant and available 24/7 ?

    Though not from childhood, I have an exciting dream since last 27 years which I hope that it it will come true very shortly through a think different and implement change approach (if we really would like to have incredible solutions to our severe problems).

    Thank you for your short and sweet, crispy write-up. All the best

  • R.Bhandarkar, Mangaluru

    Tue, Jun 23 2015

    Madam Priyanka...
    I fully understand the fact that 'Dreams can turn into Reality'now.
    See it's experience. Maturity also counts.In fact 'only you' can turn your 'dreams into reality'!
    I knew a 'bit of this' when I was young too. Had read a bit.
    However, being a romantic I had different dreams you see.And when there is romance in your heart, can pretty girls be far behind? They weren't! So many beautiful girls were there! I had only my 'dreams'as strength you see!
    Now before I could turn my dreams into reality regarding each of them, they used to slip away from me!When I was sort of'prepared', I mean, they were either hooked or booked!
    This went on ..well..till I dreamt..and I finally gave up!
    What you ask..? Dreaming Madam-Dreaming!
    I swung into action then and as they say 'entered the field'!
    Encounters were really not tough as I had envisaged! On the contrary it was very easy! I told a few whom I had lost, and explained the 'crush' I had for them! All of them said
    'Really'?! Why didn't you take the 'initial step'??!!
    Now there it is!
    Success always wants you to take the initial step!!If you don't then 'she' will surely slip away!
    Hope you all get the gist.
    Dream Yes...but not for long...
    'Swing into action'....

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