February 7th, 2008 06:45 EST
What Dreams May Come
To hear that your friends' dreams have come true is such a pleasure. It is said that if you stay focused on your dreams, one day they will come true.
My Nepali friend, Subash Lamichhane, who is an SOP writer, is now studying his desired field in the United States after many long years of hard work and dedication. Nobody knows what's going to happen except God.
I accidentally joined The SOP last year after searching for an essay about wrestling and I am an SOP member now who has written many articles, which are published on the Internet. Nobody knows what will happen in the next few seconds.
Sometimes I have had troubles that have cursed my fate, despite the fact that the involvements can help the person to pave his (her) way. Lucius Annaeus Seneca (Roman Stoic philosopher, political leader and dramatist) said that the greatest remedy for misery is patience.
How many of us have fought back against calamites and desperations?
It is said that Victor Hugo wrote in his diary as a 15-year-old boy that he wanted to be Chateaubriand or nothing.
Afterwards, Hugo stands in the higher place compared to Chateaubriand.
Big goals are like an accurate compass, which leads people to find the safe shore as vain people lose their way in the infinite ocean.
I hope that I can find out life's little secrets to being successful just as Larry King, Victor Hugo, Rumi and Stanley Kubrick and so on.