Where did I lose my dreams?

Or is it that I never had them?

Life is short. I know.

In many ways, I find reminders, pushes, such as David’s, touching and somehow inspiring, but I must admit that it no longer makes me feel good to hear about fighting for one’s dreams. Probably because deep inside I know I should had started the fight long ago. The problem is: I don’t know what war to fight, what is it that I want my life to be? Somewhere along the way I lost sight of my dreams and now it’s kind of hard to figure out what to do with what surrounds me.

~ by dejardeimaginar on November 17, 2010.

6 Responses to “Where did I lose my dreams?”

  1. It is indeed far easier to fight, then to know for what dream one wishes to fight. Perhaps you, all of us, should temporarily unsurround. Then only resurround with that which makes sense for our dreams and the necessary fights.

  2. I think the point in fighting for dreams is actually having dreams you have trouble fulfilling.
    Old dreams may not be relevant anymore but it doesn’t mean that you are unhappy. Something else may have taken the place of those dreams.
    Perhaps you are actually quite happy as you are and already living the dream without knowing it 🙂

    • Well… yes but… I guess if I was leaving the dream, even without knowing as you say, it would have to feel a bit better, right?

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