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my dream is for everyone to get along...
My dream is to be a mechanic when I am older and to stop all hunger in poor countries like Africa and India.
I want to help someone to be better at soccer. Then go to a Florida team and then teach more and more kids about soccer.
My dream is to become a millionaire, and help children all around the world.
I have a dream that all teens, kids, and people of all ages can live together in peace. Not in violence, hate or bullying.
My children and all the children of the 21st century Bond, Love and work together to build a new world. [Michelle] 1/14/2012
For all children from all ethnic background to become well versed in the [illegible]
T live a happy life and do what I can to bring joy to other. We don't always know what others are feeling, but we can shake joy all over.
The dream for my community is that every child has a safe place to sleep because some childeren aren't as fortunate as others. Jack
My dream is to grow up and be a lawyer, and fight cases and be the best lawyer I can be.
My dream is for every person to grow up with the opportunity to get a good education that could help them find a career.
I have a dream that dreams will no longer be viewed as things separate from man's day-today existence, but as necessary as the air he breathes and the water he drinks.
To learn the youth of America the powerful and amazing impact of music
For children in the US to value education just as much as children in other countries & for parents to help instill this value in their children.
My dream is to have my own personal care facility for kids with special needs [Monica]
For the world to live in peace and harmony.
African-American children will realize the world is open to accept and celebrate their aspirations and achievements...
That we keep the dream alive, by during great things, so America don't think the dream of Martin Luther has die.
Raising my Children to know and love the Lord. Loving my Family! Mentoring.
To see young people seek and find inspiration and purpose for their future.
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