Essay title: Personal Narrative by Ameriacan Dream
"I have a dream." Martin Luther King was a man with a dream, a man that would later die for that same dream. We all have dreams. No matter how small or how large, we all have them.
What are my dreams? Well, my dreams run hand in hand with three of our five themes this year. They are "The Heart is a Lonely Hunter," "A Chicken in every Pot; a Car in every Garage" and "To the Beat of a Different Drummer." How do my dreams match these that are what so many desire? One is the struggle to love; two is to be successful in both family and career; three is to follow God. "The Heart is a Lonely Hunter." To what does that refer? Many say that it refers to love and caring. Whether it is the need to feel those emotions, or theneed to supply them.
The definition of love is rather simple. "Affection based on admiration or benevolence." "To care is to show one's affection.
" Without these emotions, a person is but a lonely hunter. Now that the ground work has been laid, where does all this fit into me? My dream is the same as so many people's dream, which in turn falls into the lonely hunter theme. All I wished for was to be loved. When I thought I had found "true" love, I actually hadn't.
Yet about four months ago, true love found me. "The Heart is a Lonely Hunter" is all about feeling cared for and loved. When this woman came back into my life after being gone for more than a year, I felt both and gave both.
She has become everything to me. The feelings I feel towards her and the feelings she feels towards me are what everyone who falls under the lonely hunter seeks. So some may say my goal is that of "the lonely hunter." "A Chicken in every Pot; a Car in every Garage.
" Everyone being equal to some extent, that's part of the American Dream. This dream came out.