The Importance Of My Dream

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“No wonder where you are from, your dreams are valid”, After reading this from my book of quotes, I closed my book and sighed. Ever since I was a kid, I had always believed that wherever someone had come from helped to form whatever dream they had. I had always thought that I could be whatever I wanted to be in life. Little did I know, apparently some jobs required more time than others, and some jobs weren’t even realistic. When I was 4 years old, I had wanted to be a mechanic for the rides at Disney World, so that I could have the power to choose whether or not the ride would be fast or slow, and when it would stop. I wanted this dream career almost 11 years ago. One day, I had a dream where one of my closest friends was very sick. In the dream, I tried so hard to help my friend and stop her from dying. But because I wasn’t a doctor, I couldn’t do anything to help her. After waking up from this nightmare, the dream made me want to help kids who were sick or in trouble. I wanted to be a Pediatrician and help save children’s lives. A few weeks after this incident, my parents asked me what I wanted to be - in terms of jobs - because I had recently started high school. I told them I wanted to be a Pediatrician when I finish college. My parents looked at one another and said at the …show more content…
These type of stories had always made me feel really happy and touched because there was always that one person that was all it took for someone else to have the chance to live their life. I remember asking why they believed that, because I had always wanted to be a pediatrician from a very young age. My parents told me that surgeons get paid more and they have a higher status. I didn’t like hearing this bit of information because I had always thought everybody was at the same level. I had never thought that somebody could get more money than others when I was

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