Dreams In Shia Labeouf's Just Do It

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The book opens with a palpable and lightening quote: Dreams played an important part in our lives in those early days in England (3). Adults, children and everyone inbetween can relate due to being raised on the idea that dreams come true. Generations change but the idea does not at all, Disney’s classic “When you wish upon a star,” released in 1940, to Shia LaBeouf’s, a modern day celebrity, famous video “ Just do it,” both prompt the idea of following a goal or dream. Harry Bernstein utilizes a strong tone by beginning with a empathetic quote and then by continuing to tell about how his mother was the sole reason why her poverty stricken family, 6 children and a abusive and alcoholic husband, survived.
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