Living The Dream Quotes (14 quotes)
"living the dream"
The concept of the American Dream has been well known for some time. Notions of a new world, different than the old one, were invoked by the founding fathers. The idea of a new world where anything was possible was used more than a century ago to encourage immigration. Politicians reference it constantly on the campaign trail. Indeed, the American Dream has a long intellectual history that permeates the national character. It is not a dream of motor cars and high wages merely, but a dream of a social order in which each man and each woman shall be able to attain to the fullest stature of which they are innately capable, and recognized by others for what they are. The concept of the American Dream has changed several times since then.
Living the dream is simply a form of living out your passion, of making that passion gradually, through persistence and effort, a central part of your life. Our truest life is when we are in dreams awake. Dreams require down payments. Dreams are free, but the journey isn't. There is a price to pay. When you find your why you'll find your way. When you develop your will you will embark on your way.
I graduated from a great college. I have a great paying job and a great family. It feels like something is missing. My dream is dead. Think with me about 21 st century life in the United States.
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It's Not OVER Until You Win! Your Dream is Possible - Les Brown
Top definition. Living the Dream unknown. Often used ironically , often when one person hates their life and would just like to kill themselves rather than live another day of their shitty lives. James: How's it going Jeff? Jeff: Oh you know , living the dream man. Living the dream unknown.