Princess’s Spirit Life Ideas #1:
The Dreamers’ Guide to Life
Published by TaraElla at Shakespir
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Ending a Culture of Inferiority
The early 21st century is a time of unprecedented opportunity for those coming of age. It is a time when many young adults set out to achieve their dreams, be it starting their own business, starting a political movement, or propelling themselves to superstardom. Angelle’s dream is to become Cultural Royalty of Pacificland, thus achieving what her mother couldn’t. Her vision is based on freedom, dreams, love and fairness for all. However, she soon finds that whilst change appears to be in the air, the resistance is often even greater. And when the forces against change mobilise, those wanting a slice of success often bow to their agenda, while those fighting for change simply give up. With her own dreams on the line, will Angelle stay true to her values? And if she does, will it be enough to make a positive difference? Life isn’t meant to be easy, but are there rewards for the brave at the end?
This is a book by a dreamer, for dreamers, and all about the dreamers' perspective on life. Whilst everyone may take something away from it, it was written especially for dreamers who are struggling with their dreams, with society's negative attitude to dreams and dreamers, and with the multiple barriers we sometimes call 'realities'. The message is clear: you can and should keep being a dreamer, because not only do you not want to give up too soon, but being a dreamer also helps the world in an important way. This book is part of the Princess's Spirit Life Ideas Series, and is the first and most important book of the series too. Without a dreamer's perspective, it is impossible to overcome the multiple barriers to thoroughly implement the agenda of the Princess's Spirit. Only dreamers are able to see how society can operate very differently, and much better. And whilst dreams of social change are what build our world up to be a better place, dreaming about a better life for oneself isn't necessarily selfish either. Firstly, to truly embrace the dreamer's perspective, one would have to do so in every aspect of life. Therefore, it is difficult to not have dreams for your personal life too, if you are a true dreamer. Also, just dreaming big and achieving what you set out to do, can be great inspiration for other people, in and of itself. Dreams of personal fulfilment can inspire dreams of social change, and vice versa. Are you already a dreamer? If yes, that's great. This book will hopefully enrich your understanding of why it is great to be one, and help you through moments when the world tries to test your determination to dream big. If not, as long as you are open-minded, please let me try to persuade you of why you should dream big, by reading on. (But if you are a cynical and negative person, then I don't think you'll like this book. Feel free to skip it.)