Spanish Royal Academy

Eleanor Roosevelt: The future it belongs to those who create in the beauty of their dreams the dreams have an enormous one to be able in the construction of developed societies and a special meaning in the design of the life project of those who aspires to transform their existence like departure point to obtain a positive change in their present and to the future medium and long term. Although the dictionary prefers to define the dream as the corporal function of the rest, it also dedicates one of his meanings to this subject but its approach is different from which we would prefer to obtain the motivation of those who wishes to introduce in their life the vital impulse towards the profit of objectives and the accomplishment like people oriented towards the success. The dictionary of the Spanish Royal Academy, in the sixth dedicated entrance to the word dream writes the following definition: Thing that reality or foundation lacks, and, especially, project, desire, hope without probability of being realised. The dreams, in the first place are not a thing, but a dream. Secondly it is far from to lack foundation, because nothing has more foundation than an idea conceived and put at the time in practice when its hour has arrived him. And, what thirdly, distant of the reality that affirmation according to which the dream is a project, a desire, a hope without probability of being realised. Fortunately the determined pen of several thinkers and the libertario spirit of men and women and different times have had a concept different from the one from the dictionary and for that reason today we can present/display phrases that stimulate to us to continue dreaming, although to obtain the dreams we must stay wide-awake and with the alert senses good. George Bernard Shaw, for example, has a great concept of the dreams and he despises them not even when we constructed castles in the air: If you have constructed a castle in the air, there are lost no the time, is there where it would have to be.