When we were young, we might have wonderful dreams of what we would like to do when we are older. When the English teacher asked us to write composition on our dream. What did we write?
However, when we start working, most of us may tend to follow the job market and take up whatever the job is offered by the job market and we may have forgotten our dreams and move on with our life just like the rest of our friends.
When we reach middle age or late 30's, then some may feel disappointed with their living conditions, their accumulated wealth, their job satisfaction, and start to wonder how come they get into this situation, and some may even blame everybody and including the government, and except themselves. But, on one side, they can't really get out of their corner as they have family to take care and some even have retired parents too. These people may have no choice but to bite their fingers and move on.
When we reach 60's, we usually will have nothing much to say because the time has arrived and only be thinking what if we could have dream differently at 30's, or 40's and pursue our dream and will our life story at the 60's be different.
If you are at your 30's and 40's and there is still time to fulfill your dreams and don't drop them yet.
My dream at 40's after tired of watching the Rat Race is to "Get Out of The Rat Race!". I will tell you again at the 60's.
"The trouble with the rat race is that, even if you win, you're still a rat." - Lily Tomlin
What did you dream?
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