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Defend your dream!




Hello there fellow dreamer. 

Glad to meet you, I go by the name of Meek. This isn't going to be some long drawn out letter about how to develop or identify your dream. If anything, I hope this inspires you to put your hands up. I hope this inspires you to beat on your chest. I hope this inspires you to get ready for battle!

Battle you say?

 Yes, battle! 

SOON, and I mean as SOON as you understand your dream, get on guard! People are coming to attack it and you! Some of the people you value the most may turn on you, undesirable things will happen, circumstances may will get bleak, you'll hurt, you'll feel pain, you'll feel discouraged. There will be periods when all of this may come at you at once, but none of these are good enough reasons to give up on your dreams.  Understand this now and get over it. 

Regardless of your faith, there are two forces out there. Good and evil. One is good and gives life.  One is bad and comes to steal, kill, and destroy.  Simply put, there's a force out there that DOES NOT want you to win, I repeat DOES NOT want you to win! 

Win anyway!

I'm not trying to discourage you, I'm trying to prepare you.

Can I be a little forward with you?

Great.

You've got to be one with your dream to get it. If you don't have a firm grasp on what you want and a willingness to work for it no matter what, your likelihood of getting it decreases dramatically. Now that you know your dream will be attacked, I pray you prepare for it. It's going to be the fight of your life!

Congratulations for being in the fight.

Defend your dream, get passionate about that shit!

Get on your guard,

Meek

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