Dreams and Aspirations have been ignored, forgotten or just plain crushed by the mindset that someone is “too old to dream.”
I remember during a family dinner, I made a quick remark about how I still watch cartoons and the response was “your not a kid anymore!”
Granted, puberty was taxing, but I may have missed that day in health class where we learned that cartoons are for kids and not adults, so no more shows like “Dexter’s Lab” or “The Amazing World of Gumball,” or, be still my heart, “Dragonball Z.”
Little do some realize, my watching cartoons are more than just for entertainment and enjoyment, but for my research and writing as well.
Dreams and aspirations are not what separates the children from the adults, but prepares the child to take on adult innovations, and the adult, with all his or her dreams in front of them, begins building and developing this dream into something that becomes real.
This means going to school, writing, drawing, creating, networking and doing everything that you are supposed to do to make your dream come true.
You’re not too old for your dreams and aspirations, but, if you wait too long, your dream will be too old for you!