Dream Writing

Posted July 29th, 2020 in Article

Dreams also make us hopeful and prevent us from depression. Like Victor Frankl. He lived with hundreds of prisoners in concentration camps during the second world war. One prisoner dreamed that the world war would end on March 30, 1945 and all prisoners would be released. Since then the prisoner has been enthusiastic about his life. His dream of freedom has made his life have something to strive for. But by March 30 there was no sign of war stopping. His hopes are running low. He was no longer excited until he fell ill. He has no more dreams. And March 31, 1945, the prisoner died.

Previously, deaths at war concentration camps also occurred in the end of December 1944 to January 1945. Many prisoners hoped that the war would end until they could celebrate Christmas 1944 with their families. But until Christmas, there was no sign of war stopping. Since then they lost hope and began to fall ill to death.

So what is your dream? Do you have a dream that you really want to realize? Write it down and start working on making it happen. Your life will be much more alive. END

This article is a written version of my training material entitled Move On: The Art of Achieving Success and a Happy Life, made into a series of writings to be enjoyed by more people. If you are interested in participating in this training, please contact IMZ Consulting at 021-7418607 / 0852.1564.6958 or contact@imz.or.id

Cross Age Inspiration (IMZ Consulting) is a social enterprise organization that helps profit and non-profit organizations in the fields of leadership, human resource development and community empowerment based on spiritual values.
Dreams also make us hopeful and prevent us from depression. Like Victor Frankl. He lived with hundreds of prisoners in concentration camps during the second world war. One prisoner dreamed that the world war would end on March 30, 1945 and all prisoners would be released. Since then the prisoner has been enthusiastic about his life. His dream of freedom has made his life have something to strive for. But by March 30 there was no sign of war stopping. His hopes are running low. He was no longer excited until he fell ill. He has no more dreams. And March 31, 1945, the prisoner died.

Previously, deaths at war concentration camps also occurred in the end of December 1944 to January 1945. Many prisoners hoped that the war would end until they could celebrate Christmas 1944 with their families. But until Christmas, there was no sign of war stopping. Since then they lost hope and began to fall ill to death.

So what is your dream? Do you have a dream that you really want to realize? Write it down and start working on making it happen. Your life will be much more alive. END

This article is a written version of my training material entitled Move On: The Art of Achieving Success and a Happy Life, made into a series of writings to be enjoyed by more people. If you are interested in participating in this training, please contact IMZ Consulting at 021-7418607 / 0852.1564.6958 or contact@imz.or.id

Cross Age Inspiration (IMZ Consulting) is a social enterprise organization that helps profit and non-profit organizations in the fields of leadership, human resource development and community empowerment based on spiritual values.

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