How far would you go?

how_farMy philosophy is pretty simple: find something you want and do your best to get it. Find something you’re passionate about, and do it over and over again until you die. Selfish? Maybe.

But let me ask you a question: how far would you go in order to make your dreams come true? When would you stop?

You want what you want and you have to do your best to get it.

Of course, I’m certain that most of you don’t think like that. And the funny thing is that I’m not sure if there’s a good way or bad way.

All I know is that there comes a time when you just want to fight. You know, like really, really fight. Against a million people if you have to, but you just want to live the life you think you deserve. Because that’s one universal truth: the world is about you. You’re the most important being in existence, the center of the universe. Of course, now that you’re reading this, you feel like denying it.

Your dreams matter to you. Your tragedies are your own. Your struggle. Your pain. Your regrets. Your suffering.

So ask yourself: how far would you go?


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6 thoughts on “How far would you go?

  1. Very common. The outsider is me. I am passionate about nothing. I am bored because very little is of interest to me at all.

  2. I look at it this way[now]that dreams are immaterial…What is our MOTIVE….THAT motivates us? Dreams are ethereal…foggy and surreal.Reality is not subjective. It has variables. What I truly want… matter how hard i dream of it, may NOT come true on this earth! What are our successes measured by? One person succeeds,another “fails”….yet even in that ,I WILL NEVER STOP TRYING!

  3. Life’s harsh reality in life is reality itself versus our own expectations. I choose my battles knowing what to expect to avoid getting hurt and frustrated. And then accepting there are limits to what I can do, I would go as far as my strength and resources would take me. That’s what put me into a career that’s also my bread and butter.

  4. I’m motivated by assholes. Ya know. I live and let live, but once someone steps on my foot, my dark side becomes creepy.

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