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Yes, dream big and surely you will realise your dream. Many times, when we look at the problems and suffering that surrounds us we might not easily notice the greater splendour and possibilities in the world. Some might opt to resign to their fate; others might blame their backgrounds or even their governments for the situations they are in even when it’s self inflicted. On the other hand, the dreamers look beyond the fog and see a shining star.

Yes, dream big and surely you will realise your dream. Many times, when we look at the problems and suffering that surrounds us we might not easily notice the greater splendour and possibilities in the world.

Some might opt to resign to their fate; others might blame their backgrounds or even their governments for the situations they are in even when it’s self inflicted. On the other hand, the dreamers look beyond the fog and see a shining star.

They see a light at the end of the tunnel and wade and stumble through the sewage until they reach their destinations.

Some however view the dream as just that, a dream. Something unattainable. You shouldn’t be in this category. Work towards attaining your dream. Hadn’t the world had stubborn dreamers, we wouldn’t be having aeroplanes or even computers. You should read the story of the Wright brothers who finally invented the aeroplane.

Today, we bring to you some testimonies of teachers who dared dream. They embraced Umwalimu SACCO and are way beyond what they initially thought was possible.

Now their dreams are beyond the initial Rwf 200,000 that they were eligible for and are taking up six figure loans to accomplish their dream projects.

Don’t be afraid of risk, just plan for all possibilities. As they say, hope for the best but prepare for the worst. The preparation part just means covering all possible loopholes so that you can attain what you hoped for and dreamed of.

As usual from the SundayMag team, we say enjoy your best weekend companion.

Editor

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