My dream is... To be a critically acclaimed, internationally known, (Cannes and Oscars) award-winning movie actress – to be so good in story-telling that when people watch me; they not only see me, they also recognize parts of themselves. I would like myself and my acting to become mirrors for the audience to reflect on. I aspire for my craft to touch hearts and inspire lives all over the world.
The life of everyone who lives in this world today is here for a reason. We all have a purpose in this world. We should all have the freedom to become lawyers, doctors, politicians, and teachers. We will be able to walk on streets and through hallways and not be afraid to say that we are proud of who we are. The colors of black and white will one day come together and form a beautiful creation just like the colorful rainbow forms a beautiful creation within the blue sky. Believe me that day will come. Dr. King’s dream will come true. It might not be today; it might not be tomorrow. But, someday we will be “free at last!”
"Tay and Val put together a talk that was relevant, inspiring and insightful. They connected with our students in powerful ways and I am so grateful that they were able to speak at TEDxWWU. Not only do they have a powerful message, they are living and breathing examples of making their dreams come true."
As filmmakers, our dream is to tell stories of love, life and hope; stories that inspire. This dream got lost amongst deadlines, budgets and expectations when we were working as full-time TV Producers/Directors. A chance encounter with an old gentleman in Taiwan, reminded us, "Once upon a time, we all had dreams..."
Contents: National character of India, growth of science and industry, India as a mighty country, social and economic justice, and Women empowerment and equality. Essay About Dreams Come True
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"I want to express my sorrow at the passing of Kazuo Ohno, who died today in a hospital in Yokohama at the age of 103. He was my hero and my teacher. I feel so honored to have had the opportunity to meet him and get a little closer to his family and his work earlier this year when we visited the Kazuo Ohno Dance Studio in Japan. I thank him for awakening a sense of a child inside me. I will dream of him forever, and I will search for his footsteps in the dust of life before me. I wish only for his flourishing joy." Antony