When I was a kid in Adelaide, I dreamed of becoming No. 1 in the world, winning a grand slam and the Davis Cup for Australia.
The ultimate dream in life is to be able to do what you love and learn something from it.
This is embarrassing and personal, but once a month, since I was twelve years old, I go to my favorite jewelry store and try on my dream ring.
I never once dreamed of sort of being able to be in an American TV series, you know? It was all about theater and touring and sort of being an actor around Scottish theater.
Sleep my friend, and you will see that dream is my reality.
While growing up in Baltimore, Maryland, I dreamed of becoming many things: an archaeologist, an ambassador, an actor, an author.
I have a great map of the Tibesti Mountains in the southern Sahara or Northern Chad. It's a dream of mine to go there, but it's such a volatile area, you have to be prudent.
If you will it, it is no dream.
My dream is to have a beautiful old house in Monaco.
Ever since I was a very little girl, I've dreamed of acting.
In dreams, anything can be anything, and everybody can do. We can fly, we can turn upside down, we can transform into anything.
Things do go wrong. Not everyone benefits from the capitalist dream.
As a kid, I dreamed about being onstage.
I'm on my way to a place where I'd never dreamed I'd be, and that's perfection.
I don't think anybody ever started a great business because they wanted to make a little more cash. They had a dream. They wanted to better their life.
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