Dreams Quotes

If growing up is the process of creating ideas and dreams about what life should be, then maturity is letting go again.

Mary Beth Danielson

It is never easy to keep reaching for dreams. Strength and courage can sometimes be lonely friends. but those who reach, walk in stardust.

Unknown

To provoke dreams of terror in the slumber of prosperity has become the moral duty of literature.

Ernst Fischer

Now I can let these dream killers kill my self esteem-or use my arrogance as steam to power my dreams!!!

Kanye West

High achievers spot rich opportunities swiftly, make big decisions quickly and move into action immediately. Follow these principles and you can make your dreams come true.

Robert H. Schuller

It is not true that people stop pursuing dreams because they grow old, they grow old because they stop pursuing dreams.

Gabriel Garcia Marquez

We grow great by dreams. All big men are dreamers.

Woodrow T. Wilson

Dreams come true; without that possibility, nature would not incite us to have them.

John Updike

People are learning to feel more comfortable hearing one another's dreams. It used to be that if you told a dream in public, someone had to make a joke to relieve the tension introduced by that alternative reality.

Henry Reed

When our memories outweigh our dreams, we have grown old.

Bill Clinton

Golf is the cruelest of sports. Like life, it's unfair. It's a harlot. A trollop. It leads you on. It never lives up to its promises.... It's a boulevard of broken dreams. It plays with men. And runs off with the butcher.

Jim Murray

The life of a man consists not in seeing visions and in dreaming dreams, but in active charity and in willing service

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

Reality is wrong. Dreams are for real.

Tupac Shakur

The realities of nature surpass our most ambitious dreams.

Francois Rodin

In the dark room a cloud of yellow dust flew from beneath the tool like a scatter of sparks from under the hooves of a galloping horse. The twin wheels turned and hummed. Binet was smiling, his chin down, his nostrils distended. He seemed lost in the kind of happiness which, as a rule, accompanies only those mediocre occupations that tickle the intelligence with easy difficulties, and satisfy it with a sense of achievement beyond which there is nothing left for dreams to feed on.

Gustave Flaubert
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