I Had a DreamAlong with play, that any child loves when he is a child, is also dreams of what the future would be like for him. These dreams in some way help to mold his future if not necessary fulfill it.
Childhood dreams to be fulfilled certain elements play an important factor in them coming to pass. If those factors are in the right order, which in ninety nine per cent of the case is not the order of day, the same per cent of chances are there for them to come to florescent.
Factors such as parents and other relatives play and important role in what is to come to pass. Not to say that those closest to us do not what to achieve success in life. In rare cases it would be so but the kind of success is motivated by what plans they have in store for us.
Most of their plans for our achievements in life is controlled by factors such as the amount of wealth it would gain us, how would we be looked upon by society, and are we following social norms. These terms dictate the course of life till we are capable of standing on our own two feet and making it know that enough is enough.
By this time the dreams that we had as children have been damaged totally distorted from the course it ought to have taken and now we have to follow the set course that is there.
Childhood dreams are only independent in the mind of the child and dependent on those who supervise our lives in those early stages of life.
How are we motivated for these dreams that we had back then? The inquisitiveness that prevails in our tender mind makes it so. The questions we ask to the unknown as all of what we see around is not know. Like how the birds fly in the sky, why I cannot go to the moon and live there and many more. These thoughts prevail in the mind that if the birds are flying, then when I grow up I will try to learn to fly.
These dreams of achieving such things that are beyond the extra-ordinary if channelized in the proper way by our grown up would have accomplished greater achievement not only to oneself but also to the human race as a whole.
It is my advise to those of you who get the opportunity of reading this post help your child to build upon his dreams, and do not enforce upon him your dreams of what you want him to become in life for it would do more harm to him rather than any good. And, more so ever you are enforcing upon him what you were not able to accomplish and by this you are making your child a person who has not accomplished anything life.
Steven William Pitts
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