Ambitions do not interest me, dreams do.


Amidst the propaganda that undergraduates are the future leaders of the nation, I refuse to conform. I do not want to follow the path that is expected of us. It is sad to note that people, in their pursuit of the materialistic well being, lose sight or give up their childhood dreams. No one dares to dream for the impossible. But I am different, I want to be different. For deep down, there is a young child wanting to break free from the expectations and responsibilities of adulthood and to pursue the things that matters to me, my dreams.


Peters 2000