Friday, 29 September 2017

"The Art Of Realising Your Dream BOOK introduction"

let me bring your focus to something of interest in this book coming your way soon.  The illustration on the cover is the Japanese Bonsai plant or Penzai as it is called in the Chinese community. Here’s a brief history on how these plants are grown:  Bonsai is actually an art of growing trees in pots or trays. The plants grow over a relatively long period of time.   Now looking at the size and shape of the one on the cover, one can tell how extremely old the tree has grown with regards to its size. The size coupled with the twists all over its trunk make the imagery a much audible message.  Note: the size is a presentation of growth over an extended time and the twists represent situations faced over time. Conclusively the tree is a symbol of a life filled with struggles but persistence resulted in success at the end of the day. Success is represented by the lively green leaves, which is obvious that green vegetation resembles life.

This illustration coupled with my life story make up the content within “The Art of Realising Your Dream.” The book is a testimonial of how I survived through some tragic circumstances, which might be faced by other people today. These challenges are the same that fine-tuned me into who I am today.

If you feel you really need to be motivated that whether Big or small dreams can come true, then this is a book you should read. Unlike other motivational issues which are researched, this one is a first-hand testimony from the person with some experiences. 

One common belief is one that gives you a book has given you wisdom. Therefore, with that in mind, I remembered to put all that I have learned from the struggles into the book and help dreamers be dreamers with results. Dreaming is not enough but action completes it although a number of challenges may try to draw you back. I believe that out there in the world, there are even greater dreamers than myself. But they just need some starting point which is motivation. I won't be able to meet all dreamers in person and motivate them but written words will reflect forever.

Abel Mavura

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