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Is there something that you dream of doing, that you hope to accomplish in your life that is difficult but worth attaining or aspiring to?

A dream of mine (for years) has been to open an Internet cafe...I've only just started making baby steps in that direction.

What are everyone's dreams? Travel? Opening a business? Marriage? Equilibrium? Name it!



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In my case, my current dream is grandchildren and a decent retirement. I am hoping my children marry good folks and have some kids before I get too old to enjoy being a grandfather. I don't really have any work dreams left. I like to think I have my dream job now. My dream romance lives for the last 30 years(actually, more like 35) and my children are grown and seem to be doing well.



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I had hoped my retirement would build up well enough to retire before 60 (say 55-57) and my wife and I work in Africa or Asia with Methodist ministries in agriculture, education etc. Well my retirement lost over 50% of its value thanks to the stock market. Retirement now from regular employment is likely never as I doubt my retirement protfolio will ever now get to the point we could live off the interest.





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Since: 11.5.03
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Be a 300 million dollar PowerBall winner.

Then I could continue to accomplish the rest of my secondary dreams.

(edited by Kevintripod on 26.7.09 0430)


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    Originally posted by DrDirt
    I had hoped my retirement would build up well enough to retire before 60 (say 55-57) and my wife and I work in Africa or Asia with Methodist ministries in agriculture, education etc. Well my retirement lost over 50% of its value thanks to the stock market. Retirement now from regular employment is likely never as I doubt my retirement protfolio will ever now get to the point we could live off the interest.




Check your 401k again soonish. Mine is back up by half of what I lost, but I never adjusted it. I had a 50% drop as well.




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I hope to one day see a book I have written for sale in an airport.



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I want to perform on Broadway, be it as a head liner or a chorus.



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Since: 26.2.04
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I'd like to be able to make a living as a musician. Can I throw out the cheap plug?

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Since: 21.11.02
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Enough money that I can make sure my 4 kids (especially my oldest with autism) will be well taken care of after I am gone.



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Leroy
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Since: 7.2.02

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To own a small coastal bar in Huatulco, Puerto Angel, or even somewhere further south, maybe in the Chahuites district - where I spend my days surfing and my evenings tending bar - perhaps even performing on the off-nights with a small band or jazz combo.

Yeah... that'd do it. That'd do it PLENTY.

(edited by Leroy on 6.9.09 1840)


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