Why Dreams Die

                Hi Guys welcome to the best reading experience on the web. First off, I'd like to apologize for the delay in the release of the wordpress blog. I'm still ironing out some technical kinks. However today I'lll be continuing our discussion on jobs are for … from another angle. 
If you're like me, then you've probably wondered how most people tend to have less 'big dreams' as they go on with their lives. Most kids have high targets; presidents, doctors, engineers e.t.c But somehow down the line those dreams fade away. It's so bad that if you tell your friend right now that you wanna be president someday, He's most likely to say, 'dude get real'. This is my theory as to why this happens. 
           The world is a materialistic place that requires a lot of money to get by. And sadly, education in most places has come to the place where you're practically being trained to obtain a degree and get a job and earn a living. Most people in the working class today would tell you that their job isn't their dream and a significantly less number have any prospects of getting a better job or something close to their dream job. Now back to the child issue, it all boils down to the fact that we let the world limit us. We allow others define what possible is for us. 
           There's another set of people who are not completely sure of what they want to be doing with the rest of their lives. This is the category where a good number of us fall (whether you believe it or not, you're most likely in this group). What society has encouraged us to do is to try out various fields and see which fits us best but I disagree. My thought on this is that such people, have talents in fields yet undiscovered. For example computer science as a discipline is relatively new. Think of all the Steve Jobs, Bill Gates and Zukerbergs who lived and died at some dead end job because someone told them they HAD to be doctors or lawyers or one thing or another. My point is before you settle down with a job, make sure it's worth your lifetime, if not, don't stop searching. Always remember that nothing beats the feeling of living life the way it's supposed to be lived… as a life ;). till next time, stay awesome
Josh.