Hey Readers. It’s been awhile, ran out of “brain juice” and haven’t had anything good to blog about. I was feeling bad about it, but I asked another blogger, The Write Woman, about what I can do about running out of inspiration and she reminded me of something very important. She reminded me to blog for myself, not for anyone else. She also told me not to worry about if anyone is reading this blog or not, and I have to agree with her. If you’re reading my blog, awesome! Thanks for taking the time to read this, as a writer I really appreciate it.
On another note, I just saw the movie Million Dollar Arm today, and it was amazing. The story is for one so inspiring and the acting was phenomenal. I give the movie 5 stars, and I don’t care if you think it sucked, cause you’re wrong. Period. It made me think about how while millennials complain about student debt and how we are broke (I’ve done it many times), there are people in the world who live on less than $2/day. Could you do it? I don’t know if I could. It just made me think and made me thankful for every opportunity I have had.
During the movie, one of the characters said something along the line of: “they don’t have dreams like this. They haven’t ever had the opportunity.” Imagine it, you’re only thinking about putting food on the table and making sure everyone you care about is healthy and alive. You weren’t thinking about these big dreams. It made me think because I have plenty of dreams. I want to be highly successful one day while working in public relations. Who knows, maybe I’ll be a writer? I start my dream internship in about a week. I am so nervous, but I don’t know what about. I’m probably nervous about failing, but that’s just a common fear of mine.
I just felt like todays post would get anyone reading this to think about what you have, what opportunities you’ve had and most importantly, what your dreams are. If two boys from India could end up as Major League Baseball players and live out a dream people thought was impossible, don’t you think your dreams deserve more possibility than you’re giving them?
Just a random thought.