"However, by no means should not be left "in reserve" those activities, which can make each new day gladdened and memorable."
Can you rewrite this? I don't understand.
Dream as if You'll Live Forever, Live as if You'll Die Today.
Some people say a dream is a privilege of children and adolescents. Others say to live with a dream means to lose you real life. Some people, like me, are trying to make their dreams into reality.
Somehow, everybody plans their future life. And it often happens so that events line up in a logical manner to accomplish exactly what they were meant to by an actor of his own destiny. But only some of us make grandiose schemes and then rejoice when at least one-tenth of what is planned is ultimately realized. Which is better: to draw a wooden cabin and then to build a small house, or to dream about castles in the air, but in reality to build a palace? I cannot judge, I just stand by the remarkable strength of each dream that pops up in the minds of those believing in themselves. Look at children. Sometimes we should learn the ability to dream from them.
However, in any case, do not forget about the real world in which every next day may deplorably be the last. Without any doubt, every day of our lives should be lived so that at least some of its events will be commemorated for a lifetime.
It seems to me that a dream is not something that should be forgotten with age. Each dream is a new purpose in your life because only in this case life becomes meaningful. We should not barter life for a dream because no matter how important it is for us to dream, nothing can replace a real human life, real events, feelings, and relationships. In the words of James Dean, "Dream as if you will live forever and live as if you will die today."
- For Teachers