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What are we dreaming for?

Dress – Sophie Couture

“I don’t dream at night, I dream at day, I dream all day; I’m dreaming for a living.”

Steven Spielberg

Do you dream often? I do – constantly! Either about minor things, or about something unimaginably grandiose! I dream when I look at stars. I make a wish when the lash falls on my cheek, or when I throw a coin in the fountain, when I blow a candle or a dandelion, when I go to bed, when I wake up, when I am sad and when I am happy…And I always hope that everything I've wished will come true! Almost every time I dream of something, I feel like I see it with my own eyes and even start feeling it physically. Although, I admit, in these minutes my thoughts seem to be split in half. One part of me whispers: "Can this happen just because you want it? Dreams are just thoughts". And the other part of me accepts as truth – from God, from space: dreams can come true, but you need to believe in them deeply. Our dreams motivate us, give us strength and inspiration. Of course, dreaming doesn't mean that you need to sit back. You must do something, move towards your goal persistently. When you do not cheat your dream, strive to realize it sparing no effort, everything suddenly begins to miraculously help you, and you feel that everything that happens is a gift sent to you from above.

Dreaming means believing. And faith is the energy that gives us the strength move go forward.

Ulviyya Mahmudova,