What do you want to be when you grow up?

Idris: “What do you want to be when you grow up?”

“Haha…  what?  me…  I think I’m a little too old for that”

Idris: “You do realise that you are still growing?”

“Hmmm…  you mean…  The Dream?”

Idris: “Yes, The Dream?”

“I don’t think people have enough time to dream.  Real life gets in the way of dreams.”

Idris: “What if I said to you that I can make it happen…  would you be up for that?”

Idris: “When we are kids we play, we think, we dream…  but as an adult we slow down very quickly.  No matter what stage they are in life, people shouldn’t stop dreaming.  They should thrive on.”

What is your Dream?

Read more on purpose, dreams and living fully:

“What if I said to you that I can make it happen…  would you be up for that?” Idris Elba

What do you need to start?  What is the first step?  What can you do now without needing permission from anybody?

One comment

  1. Wandile Wanda · · Reply

    This one is more profound and yes it very true that most of us people happen to sleep on to our dreams and ending up not even taking into consideration that life is the journey and map which it follows is held by ourselves individually. I personally from time to time do remind myself that I am the master of my own destiny especially when I am faced with undesirable circumstances. Your inspiration Conor has made me understand that when embarking on a journey of change must not be to obsessed with getting the results within a short space of time, I firmly agree that changes that can make a real positive difference are small changes which are constantly practiced.

    Much respect sir

    warm regards

    Wandile Emmanuel Maya

    On Wed, May 4, 2016 at 1:46 PM, Moving People to Action wrote:

    > Conor Neill posted: “Idris: “What do you want to be when you grow up?” > “Haha… what? me… I think I’m a little too old for that” Idris: “You > do realise that you are still growing?” “Hmmm… you mean… The Dream?” > Idris: “Yes, The Dream?” “I don’t think ” >

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