Dream on.


My father had a dream, so did his.

When you stop dreaming, it’s life that you’ll see. I dare you to dream,

A dream with legitimacy.

Now ‘wake up’ makes more sense to me because our generation is as hopeless as it can be.

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  1. Nicely expressed Bharath
    Stay safe happy healthy and wealthy

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    1. Thanks coach 🙂

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  2. Beautiful expressions
    Stay happy safe and healthy

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  3. Anushk@ says:

    You are such an inspiring marvel..!!

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    1. Haha I’m not but thanks. 😁

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  4. Silver Stone says:

    Well, what would you say about reality being a dream?

    Great musing, bro. You sure inspire us with your random musings! 😃

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    1. Haha it might be, I’ve thought of that. What if dreams are real and reality is a dream? Who can say, right??
      Thank you 🙂

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      1. Silver Stone says:

        Exactly! That’s one of the biggest mysteries so far.

        No problem😊

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  5. Nathi says:

    Your words are high relevant in the current scenario.

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    1. Thanks sister. Where are your words??

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      1. Nathi says:

        My words?? Wherever they’re supposed to be😅

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          1. Nathi says:

            Maybe today or tomorrow…

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            1. Or when you’re willing to 😂😂

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            2. Nathi says:

              💯😂

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  6. akshita1776 says:

    Dreams are what keep us hoping and looking forward to do something right? They aren’t just things we see while we sleep.

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    1. Yeah I agree with what you say.

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      1. akshita1776 says:

        Anyways, well written👍

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  7. Harsh says:

    A dream with legitimacy.

    This is what we actually need.
    Everybody dreams. But most of the dreams ain’t worth a penny.

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    1. Dreams are comforting though.

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      1. Harsh says:

        Life comes to an end in these comforting dreams only.

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        1. At least it’s giving us something in return.

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          1. Harsh says:

            Like comfort?? This comfort is only in the mind. The reality is way different when you really see.

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  8. I liked the line which said-

    Waking up makes sense!

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    1. It does. 🙂
      Thank you

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  9. Every years, I hear that seats are vacant in engineering. And I feel happy. That means that people have stopped following the crowd

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    1. I hear that every year too but the hype for engineering is still the same.

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      1. In my place, people are slowly moving away from it

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  10. Dreams are what don’t allow us to sleep. Our generation has got it very easy!

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    1. What’s easy, Shweta?? We actually have it worse than ever. 😰

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      1. In some ways. When it comes to studying we have a lot of access, resources and opportunities. But when it comes to life, pressure and jobs, they had it easy.

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        1. Even though education is accessible, the courses that pay are expensive and not everyone has the means to get there.
          The more you pay for an education, the more it pays you and the standards have stopped down low.

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          1. You either have to be brilliant enough to get into government institutions or loaded enough otherwise. Higher education is expensive. But I don’t think all courses that pay off are very expensive. It’s just that there is a lack of awareness about certain courses. I feel so. But then again, I graduated from a government college where the fees wasn’t expensive. So I am speaking from my experience.
            But then again, there are other ways to earn a livelihood too. I know many of my friends who are professional bakers, artists, etc. They were not born into wealthy families but when their talent and hard work they have managed to turn the tables of fortune. Population has increased and the competition has increased.

            All I meant was that my parents had to go to libraries and wait even for months to get the books they needed. But we have Google, YouTube and what not.

            Some aspects of life have become easy. Others, not so much

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            1. I also think it’s high time we shift to a financial background based reservation strategy

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            2. This I always recommended and I’ve been called a hypocrite.

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            3. The problem is, nobody encourages you to opt for ‘other’ streams because you know why. We want to follow the crowd. We’re rats.

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            4. Things are changing, Bharath. I know right. I’ve been called a hypocrite too. Glad to know that we see eye to eye when it comes to this issue

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            5. Things aren’t changing. Not like they have to.

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            6. At least they are changing. It might be a slow start but hopefully it’ll pick up

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  11. Lucy says:

    Beautifully written.

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  12. I really enjoyed reading this 😍

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  13. Dreams are what keeps us alive, isn’t it? And the earlier generations had to work hard to make the dream come true. Nowadays it’s always so easy .. things that were difficult to get earlier. I really like this one. Well done!

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    1. Earlier generations actually had it relatively easier, Ramyani. Only the one which had to deal with recession had it hard but they still managed to survive because there wasn’t much competition like today. Dreams certainly do make us feel alive.
      Thank you. 🙂

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      1. Yeah, that way, you are right. Also, there’s so much we want to do, always. Anyway, I like your posts 🙂

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  14. Tisha says:

    The earlier generations had dreams, beacuse their needs were easily fulfilled, so they had the courage to dream of a life, but we have to fight for our basic needs as well, so indeed we have to wake up, and even if we see a dream, it’d be of a bold struggle for survival, and not like the beautiful ones our ancestors had… Harsh reality, well portrayed!

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    1. Right? You got it, Tisha. The older generations had things relatively easier, most of them didn’t even wanna work yet had jobs in the government.

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      1. Tisha says:

        Couldn’t agree more.

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  15. Ava Tripathy says:

    I feel dreams are beautiful only if u work hard on making them your irreplaceable assets…..it’s not worth it when your dreams only becomes your liabilities.
    Very well said as usual 😍

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    1. Dreams are dreams; What you work on are goals. 😃 thanks Ava.

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      1. Ava Tripathy says:

        Yaa absolutely, but if u don’t have any dreams to work on then ultimately u won’t have any goals.
        Pleasure is all mine 😊

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