“Be the warrior of your dream”: A Dad’s Advice on Achieving Dreams

father and son

One day a son came to his father for an advice.

“Dad, I can’t do this anymore,” he said, “those lessons only exhaust me, and the result doesn’t change. It must be not destined for me to play football and my dream will never come true.”

With loving eyes, the father turned to his son and said:

“You know son, every person in life has a dream, a goal of his life. They are the ones that make us do what we are doing, because it’s what we should do. We have to fight for what we believe in; in what we feel.”

“In other case, you will simply brake once and for all, as though you were never there. The easiest way is to quit everything and not go until the end, because the path is difficult and we are not used to inconveniences.”

His father continued, “We want everything to be easy and at once but the wishes are fleeting! This is how our dream dies, and the goal becomes unreachable. Gradually, life becomes a routine without depth and meaning. Then one day, we try to forget and start everything from the beginning, we wait for a new day to make our life different. However, new obstacles come in our way, and we stop again. We become full of despair and anger for our own helplessness. But you only need to remember one thing: never give up, fight, battle. It doesn’t matter that you have lost one battle and even dozens of battles.”

“Life goes on! Your biggest enemies are hiding in you – laziness, fear, doubt, indecision. Be a warrior of your dream, a knight of your goal and a soldier of your wishes.”

 

                           Author unknown

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