Dreams Are A Life Force

Constance: You sound like my friend Ed.  Now Ed was an actor, and he tried and tried; and never got that magic role.  He worked nights at a copy store and lived in a terrible apartment filled with roaches, but he never gave up.  And then on his 60th birhtday, he said, “That’s it.  I quit.  I can’t do this anymore.”  Guess what happened a week later.

Henry: He got discovered?

Constance: He died.  Dreams are a life force.

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13 Responses to “Dreams Are A Life Force”

  1. ! Says:

    thats true… dreams are a life force!

  2. JC Says:

    Freddy Krueger approves.

  3. woolgathering & miscellany Says:

    HAHA, so funny.

    thanks for the linklove, btw. i love your blog! i was smokin’ crack, because i don’t know why it took me so long to add you to my roll. we be rolling now!


  4. :: smo :: Says:

    just don’t go to the edge of rainbows…don’t close your eyes…watch out for DREAM EVIL!!!

    [yes i can apply dio, manowar or the descendents to most situations]

  5. monkeyKing Says:

    it is always best, to keep working towards your dreams.
    settling for lesser, is ummmm… less.

  6. monkeyKing Says:

    *I think knowing what you cannot do is more important than knowing what you can do. In fact, that’s good taste.*

    *One of the things I learned the hard way was that it doesn’t pay to get discouraged. Keeping busy and making optimism a way of life can restore faith in yourself.*

    *I don’t know anything about luck. I’ve never banked on it, and I’m afraid of people who do. Luck to me is something else: hard work and realizing what is opportunity and what isn’t.*

    *I’m not funny. What I am is brave.*

    Lucille Ball said those things. and umm… YES.

  7. ! Says:

    have you seen the movie “up”? the first 12 minutes are amazing!
    i guess thats an example of keeping a dream alive even if you have already passed away….

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  9. ! Says:

    i just saw “know your mushrooms” and it was very interesting. one of the scenes that stood out was the old mans mushroom trip, he described everything about his trip so vividly that i could see myself going through his magical trip. i guess he is a good communicator. this documentary is definitely not a snore! a feel good movie.

    sorry if you already knew about this movie
    since i get to know about things very late.

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