So I came across this Japanese ad the other day, and this came to mind. The ad was showing how young children were excitedly talking about their dreams, while the adults will go along the lines of 'Maybe' or 'I think so' when asked if they believe that they'll ever fulfill their dreams. Reason cited - Society.
I feel that it's a really meaningful piece (thanks Japan) and it made me relook on how far I've came in life and all the dreams I once had and almost forgotten.
Do you believe that dreams are for children? Or are they applicable to adults too? Share your thoughts.
- I'm <18. I believe that I can fulfill my dreams.Vote A
- I'm <18. I feel that dreams are not realistic. Why?Vote B
- I'm >18. I believe that I can fulfill my dreams as long as I work for them.Vote C
- I'm >18. I feel that dreams do not come true. Why?Vote D
Most Helpful Guy
I think everyone has dreams. At all ages. The types of dreams are probably very different because kids have less experience and a more narrow view on what adult life is really like. When I was little I dreamed about being an ice hockey player making millions. Playing a sport I love and getting paid for it. Haha. Later I realized that's not how it works. But that doesn't mean I don't have dreams anymore. My dreams are changing over the years as I gain more experience. My fingers are crossed on a great job I found. I know I can do it. So my dream is set and I know I can fulfill it. I got other dreams of course but I haven't worked hard enough to fulfill them.1
Most Helpful Girl
I don't think that dreams are only for children. Everybody can have dreams, even an 80 year old.
What happens is that, as we get older our dreams start changing. As we change our outlook on life. But most of times, there's a always a way to make them come true.
So, yes, I believe I can fulfill my dreams.1