Most dreams require some risk

In early years of my life when I was in college I decided to live by what I believe in, than go with the way of world around me.

Most dreams require some risk. I believe if I will don’t dream, life will be dull and unimaginative. I think since childhood I am dreamer.

But while I was moving towards my dreams the pressure from the world around me to fall in line, and at times the gear within on where my beliefs will take me, was something I have to deal with often. And I feel this pressure is called distraction in our own dreams.

Realising your dreams involves taking the risk

Some times questions arise in my mind what hold us from trusting our gut feeling? How much risk we are willing to take in our Life?
Many times I took risk in my life, I believe in taking risks. Because I believe risk is equal to success.
It is better to try than live suffering. It is better to make an attempt to see what we believe in than accept what others say, for only through this process we humans will see newer horizons. We should know how to say no and how to keep distraction away from our dreams. May be people around will laugh and say it’s an illusion but truth is something we will only able to get when we try. Ups and downs are two wheels of life. Failure should boost our dreams instead of becoming distraction. It’s upto us what we have to choose. So, choose carefully. If getting something you want requires risk, then I say go for it. If no one is harmed in the process, then we should shoot for our dreams. The risk is a part of that.

Thank you for reading ❤️

© Anjali Sharma, Positive Side Of The Coin

70 thoughts on “Most dreams require some risk

  1. Very inspiring piece of writing…It’s the reality that every one has to accept if they dreaming big…No pain no gain..

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    1. Thank you so much dear, everything in this world require some sort of risk…. business, love , dream job, marriage… some where or the other everything is risky but happiness also come sometimes with these risks and you start appreciating everything. Have a great day ahead🙏💐

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  2. Thanks for sharing your experiences and your thoughts. They bring in a positive difference in the lives of many. Honest words and feelings these are. Keep up doing such great work. K.

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  3. “Failure should boost our dreams instead of becoming distraction” – you’re absolutely right. This is such an empowering post because it reminds us we have some control, we have choices, and to risk could get us to what we want to achieve, where as to not risk almost guarantees we never will.
    Thanks for writing this, brilliant post 🙂
    Caz xx

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    1. Thank you so much Caz…yes I believe in journey of life rather than destination… failure and success are part of this Journey….I have seen many people who Stop living their dreams after failure, they feel there’s no use trying and once they stop living their dreams it leads to more failure and unhappiness…And that’s really scary. Thank you for reading 🙏❤️


  4. Excellent post! And I totally agree with you. I learned the importance of following your dreams when our son decided not to go back to college after one year. I was devastated, but I eventually came around when I see how happy he is and how hard he is pursuing his music dreams.

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    1. Wow…nice to hear that you allowed your son to persue what he wants…kids get success when they know what they exactly want from life. And I must say that you are lucky as your son know what he wants to do. Thanks for reading 🙏❤️

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  5. Superb!! You have penned your experience n feelings so nicely..
    I too believe that giving chance and try to your dreams is better than live suffering..
    And in consequences we should know that how to say NO which distracts us.

    Thanx for writing and reminding to keep trying for dreams💞💕😃

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