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Sir, at the outset let me thank you for this simple yet powerful, straight from the heart blog post of yours. I completely agree with you that dreams are powerful. I believe that dreams are the fuel of our lives. They are the unfettered, uncluttered versions of our desires. People often believe that life is predestined and attribute their success, failures to fate or destiny. Such people are able to accomplish only little, because they never allow themselves to let go and just imagine the kind of life that is possible for them. In my opinion our destiny is an outcome of our dreams and goals. Our dreams have the power to shape our destiny. This reminds me of our late president Dr. A.P.J Abdul Kalam, who in a number of his writings has emphasized the power of dreams. Dr. Kamal in his quotes mentioned “Dream, Dream, Dream, Dreams transform into thoughts, and thoughts result in action.” And “Dream is not that which you see while sleeping, it is something that does not let you sleep.” Thus our dreams motivate our actions and turn them in to habits, our habits shape our attitudes and that way we make our own destiny. All said people do face challenges in identifying their dream. Also our desires keep changing from time to time and so do our goals and actions. In a world marred by competition we tend to follow the universe and lose track of our passions. But every time we come across such situations, we learn something new and this realization is more crucial than anything else. Changing dreams are not the end of the road. In fact, if everyone’s first wish came true there would be a lot prince charming and Cinderella’s running around in the world. For me, the journey is more important than the destination. Keep dreaming and keep rediscovering the hunger in you, the destiny will follow! On a jocular note, given your passion for the digital world, I wouldn’t be surprised if your dream of owning a Mercedes has now changed to a Tesla!

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