Dreams Don’t Change — Priorities Do

Meg Dowell Writes

What happens to dreams that quietly fade into the background?

The hope is that they do not disappear forever — or that at the very least they return to the front of your mind and become your main focus, the main driving force behind your work, again.

There are many things that often arise that “get in the way” of a writer’s dreams. Responsibilities like jobs and family. Distractions like Netflix and Disney+. Uncertainties and insecurities like whether or not you will ever be able to write anything good enough that other people will want to read it.

What many people unfortunately do not realize — creative people included — is that even though you might turn your attention to something other than the dream you once held with such importance in your life, this does not mean you have officially given up on that dream or that your dreams…

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