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What’s Your Dream?

Dreams really can come true. Don’t give up.

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Visitor Comments: 9

(7) esti herskowitz, February 23, 2014 2:16 PM


hey, lori,
your video blog reminded me of Theodore herzl, who is called the visionary of modern Zionism--his motto was, 'if you will it, it is no dream".
I've had the zechut (privilege) of living in Israel because of his, and others, visions and dreams.
when one person realized his dreams, sometimes, it's not only about him/her. s/he sweeps along others in the current, and the world changes.
thank you

(6) Zamira Rajchgod, February 16, 2014 9:42 AM

What's your dream, Lori?

Hi Lori:
Great topic! So what's your dream currently? One of mine came true when we made aliya. Now I'm looking to volunteer for a great group who wants me too.

(5) Anonymous, February 16, 2014 12:54 AM

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I really liked this video. Thank you.

(4) Kim, February 14, 2014 2:29 AM

87-year-old first time novelist

Sometimes it seems as though we won't have a chance to realize our dreams, and for a man, it might definitely feel that way. Women might understand this better as we might be experiencing our lives in a non-linear path because of the demands of child-rearing. However, we can see by people like Joseph Zaitchik who was a first-time novelist at 87, that we can realize our dreams.

(3) Steven Dzubow, February 13, 2014 7:58 PM

To Dream the Impossible Dream

Most uplifting video yet Lori.

My wife would frequently sing the song from Man of LaMancha to me when I was pursuing my Ph.d. Dreams can come true.

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