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02.06.2010 13:50 EDT
Dreams and fantasy are parts of my life. My aspiration always displays its influence on my sub conscious level. It is an established scientific facts that all the works and functions a human brain can perform is very skewed towards our sub conscious mind, as only 5% ~ 10% works or function is processed or supervised by our conscious mind, rest are taken care by our sub conscious mind. In me, my sub conscious mind is very strong. It always reflects my deepest desire as well as my internal sub conscious mind's aspirations, its inclinations, its negative proclivities. In short my dreaming was the medium through which my subconscious mind tries to communicate my conscious entity. I have felt it many times in my life. My childhood was replete of numerous incidents which may be regarded as a bit unusual at that time. I used to ask questions to everyone I came across. Some of my elders didn't like it exactly, and they usually tried to avoid me.

I don't drive, in fact, if I try most sincerely, then also it would not be possible for me to drive, as it needs extreme alertness and I always lacked this quality, as a result I can not ploy hi speed video game due to this lack of dynamic reflex.

Fantasy is our imagination, particularly if our imagination is extravagant as well as unrestrained then we call it fantasy and it has a great role in my life as it is one of the most vital components that were instrumental to my sustained growth.

Whenever I wanted to do something very difficult to achieve, in most of the cases I used to fantasize about that particular object or work days after days and surprisingly, in most of the cases I got the desired success too. So dreaming is a very important part of my life. When dreaming is our topic of discussion it would be unfair if I don’t say about our great Antuda, means Ranjanda, the Vice President of REC Durgapur Students Union. He once said, “If you want to do something extra ordinary, something great, then you have to dream it first." And believe me I would never forget those lines he uttered to me.

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