Follow your dreams! An aspirational saying. What is your dream? What do you want to do? How are you going to acheive and follow your dream?
I have been thinking about dreams. My dream is to help young people realise their dreams.
Young people have a lot dreams. Young people needs to have dreams. And thee dreams need to have an opportunity to become a reality. Or they will just be dreams and nothing else.
In the last few months, I have been hearing stories where young people have dreams but not able to turn them into reality. Ethnic youth dreamt about their lives here in paradise, and because their parents may not share their dreams, or that the society did not give them an opportunity to realise their dreams, they stayed just as dreams.
Young people wanted to be given an opportunity to do what they wanted to do. Do music, practice arts, be an astronaut…
Virgin United, a charitable organisation by Richard Brandson says “Virgin Unite connects amazing people and great ideas to make positive change happen in the world.” For me, it is about how I can connects all the dream makers and great dreams to make positive change happen in the world.
My dream is to help ethnic arists in Auckland realie their dreams. Give them an opportunity to showcase their art. Let the mainstream realise how amazing ethnic arts can be. Ethnic arts doe not have to be traditional. Ethnic arts can be contemporary, amazing and also attracts the mainstream.
My dream is to make other dreams come true. Showing them what positive changes they can make to the world, or at least to Auckland. It is my dream to give ethnic youth an opportunity to showcase their talents.
Please help me make this dream come true!!