What is a dream you would like to accomplish?

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I'd also want to travel the world, and perhaps publish my own book as well. As for steps I've made to achieve these dreams, I don't think I've progressed that much. I have story in mind but I never gave myself time to actually write it. But perhaps in the future, who knows?

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I would like to be inside Statue of Liberty with my beloved.

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Lest92 wrote:
03 Sep 2017, 08:21
My dream is to be a successful studio artist - not crazy famous or anything, just successful in my sphere and comfortable enough to live and not just exist.
Literally, just said this last night about being a performer and a commercial actress. I just want to be financially stable to support myself and when I have a family, but also spend time with them. I want to live life and love life. And show my family that their passions and dreams can do the same.
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I have got some skills of drawing and hope to practise with more and more drawings. Also I love to learn playing pianos. But I'm busy with my studies and exams, so I'm not sure when I can accomplish my dreams. :cry:

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