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How to create your dream

A bit of reality

When we wake up in the morning, it seems like we hardly remember what we have left on. It is so called our deepest desires and aspirations–our dreams. Some takes a nap, takes a glimpse of it during the day, not realizing that we are making a path for it to happen in reality.

What if our dreams come true? They say “Be careful what you wish for, because you just might get it” It is refreshing to wake up in the morning, if you have enough sleep, and luckily to remember your dreams. It is, I consider a form of relaxation, in simplest terms.

They say if you say a little prayer, a person’s desire may have high chances to come true. So how to achieve it? First write it down, as much as you can remember upon waking up, it is like documenting every moment of it, from the smallest details to the big ones. This may enable us to get as much as we think about what transpired while we are asleep.

Meanwhile, if it is a dream that’s simple to achieve, like getting a new phone or a new bag, to your wildest dreams like getting a promotion or getting married, simply document everything, so that you won’t miss.

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