Write a personal essay on the topic of daydreams
I’ve read in magazines that Day dreaming is a behavioural disorder. That day dreamers are actually not in touch with the reality and they are absorbed in their own world. My feelings towards day dreaming couldn’t be more different. I tend to daydream continuously. I can sit in a class a drift off to a different world or some future event in my life. In my mind I have the ability to do anything. If I want to be the hero, the pretty girl, the invisible person, I imagine it. The things I wish I had to courage to say in front of the person I’m belittled by I do it in the silence of my mind. When I am alone and bored I suddenly become unconscious when a series of things distract my thoughts. I may imagine about different things, what I plan to do in the future, think about what the outcome of my actions may be, and try to answer questions that randomly pop into my mind. Who hasn’t experienced daydreaming while the teacher is discussing Novels in class? I can’t help but make up stories in my head once I’ve started daydreaming. For instance, when I was too inattentive in class once, I began imagining of what the future holds for me. I started with college a serious matter which I'm excited yet nervous about. Excited because I can see the independency and new world that awaits me; however, the thought of what kind of people I will be surrounded with and who my friends are going to be with makes me nervous. Likewise, it's funny how sometimes my mind goes miles away to the different places around the world that I want to visit. It is one of my most-cherished dreams to have enough money and travel in various locations. I imagine myself taking pictures of lovely sceneries while collecting souvenirs from different countries. I think about my wedding day every girls dream and living in my dream house with my perfect husband and beautiful children. Just the thought of it makes me smile and excited at the same time. Having my...
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