Martin Luther King's Speech: I Have A Dream

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I have a dream… In Martin Luther king’s speech “I have a dream”, Martin dreamed about ending racism in the United States. I don’t know what that dream is that you have. But here’s what I know, that that dream that you’re holding in your mind that it is possible. See sometimes we can’t say I can do it because we’re too frustrated, too tired, but what we can say that it is possible. What is a dream? In fact, we all dream about something, of becoming someone in the future, achieving a goal or getting somewhere. Even blind people have dreams. We spend one third of our lives sleeping… what do we do when we sleep? We just lay there, its unproductive! It’s a waste of time! What if I told you that there is a way to make your sleep more productive! Even if you’re just lying in bed, on the couch, or in class… you can turn your sleep into a productive time.…show more content…
Or maybe wonder that …wait…I’ve had that dream before! Did you ever wanted to control your dreams? That’s actually my topic! Lucid dreaming and after my speech you’ll be able to experience sleep like never before! In lucid dreaming, everything is possible! Its your own world! Tonight.. You know what you’re gonna dream about! From the beginning of time, scientists have been trying to understand the different parts of the human body. They have found answers for most of them except the mind. The mind is actually the most interesting part. It’s where all your dreams

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