Of dreams and desires

DSC_0024If one thing I know, I’m following my dream, I’m watching where it takes me and who I become.

Being able to listen to your inner voice is a blessing and curse in my opinion. Of course it takes the extra effort as well to follow what your heart’s deepest desires; but a strong dream embraces a tiny part of your soul within it. Every little dream that gets destroyed or rather buried hangs on to a piece of you, a memory, a time when that is all you ever wanted.DSC_0094The impulse to follow your dreams is a choice we make intuitively. The naïve little demon then pushes and prances around as it takes over your thoughts. Everything that gets thrown your way gets added to the puzzle, the puzzle that could potentially bring you down real soon but you just don’t know it yet.

DSC_0017We give up our hopes and dreams for multiple reasons. A reason that may seem trivial at some point soon becomes unbearable forcing us to lose all hope. But hope in most cases is never lost, it’s only forgotten. There is always hope in the world, for as long as you breathe there shall be a glimmer of hope for every one of your dreams. It all boils down to how snug of stitch you would need to escape from. Set your problems free, take your time and find the needle in the haystack – DSC_0008well if it ever was worth the trouble that is, we all know how messy that could get.

All you have to do is have a dream.

So, make a wish – do you have it? Now believe it.


Get a load of Langkawi

Travelling has always induced endorphins for me. Looking back at my travel journeys I tended to be more goal oriented- get to destination, check in, get a beer, lounge by the beach. What fun was that though? How many of us have planned a vacation with so much scrutiny we forgot to even enjoy the little things- or the big things, that’ll be ballsy my friends. How many times have you taken a trip and fretted your vacation buddy or the hotel or the food, maybe even the weather?

Perhaps we could make the best out of these circumstances. So what if we have an infuriating little vacation buddy, have fun! Talk about the time you both had a good laugh or about the song that’s playing on the radio or how BREATHTAKING it actually is out there- you might not need to talk for this one so that’s a plus if he/she sounds like a squeaking chalk on a chalkboard. Don’t waste precious time arguing about how sucky the trip is, instead grab those sucky moments by the head and spin them around. Have a go at this my friends and you might just be my new vacation buddy!