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Posted 1/29/16 , edited 2/16/16
My friends, I have a big question for all of you: what is your greatest hope or dream that you would want to accomplish before you die? I have already mentioned before about making reality into your anime, but what does that mean to you? How will this ever be possible if there is no blueprint? Can one build a castle just by waiting for it to happen? NO Chance! According to the law of conservation, you can never get something from nothing. Some form of energy must be put in for you to build that castle... Feel free to share whatever you want no matter how dark or grandiose your dream may be! And if no one else is willing to listen or support you, I WILL.

First off, my dream is to one day be able to save my people in Thailand from the enormous issue of human trafficking. I plan to one day build or lead an anti-trafficking organization or at least be able to provide enormous financial support and become a large influence among the people of Thailand in the fight against human trafficking.





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I will become famous and important some day, i don't so much want money but more for people to listen to what i say. so i can change things that i think are wrong. It might seem shallow but i have already started. I wrote a short story that is coming out in february in book form. I encourage all of you to read it! it's title is "Blossoms and Thorns"
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I guess it's selfish but I mostly want to improve myself. I spent a lot of time not caring much about what was going on around me and keeping to myself, which really held me back and even ruined things with someone who meant a lot to me. So I'd like to work on bettering myself and being there for others more so the same mistakes aren't repeated. I don't really want to make a large impact on the world or be known. I'd rather leave just as unknown to the world as I was when I came in.
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Awesome GIF, ThaiSuperman! I love GANGSTA. And your goal is an admirable one; I did some research and was really amazed at the scale of the issue of human trafficking in Thailand. You're obviously passionate about it and understand what must be done, so I'm sure you'll make a big difference someday. I'm 1/4 Filipino, and grew up watching Manny Pacquaio box, so when he went into politics and I spoke with some visiting relatives from Manila who felt he was not only a great rolemodel for the people but also an admirable politician in his own right, I was elated.

C0mlink, I look forward to reading your book!! I am a writer as well so it's great to sample the work of others and hopefully gain new perspective, especially when one seeks to spread their point of view to the masses in the hopes of enlightening or teaching them what the author has learned through his or her own experience and strife.

Overyodel, that isn't selfish at all; in fact I think it's quite selfless. I identify with your goals heavily, I think it's extremely important to break the cycle and prevent suffering as much as we can. My credo is to make at least one person smile each and every day- it's such a humble, attainable goal but it does so much good! I'm only human, and I can be a real ***hole, but I think the important thing is to make a conscious effort to be a better person for yourself and others.

I have two primary hopes for my future. The first is to continue on the path to success as an entrepreneur and businessman without losing sight of my passion for generosity and dues paid in full. I will never make money that I haven't earned, I will never prey on the weak, and I will never line my pockets at the expense of anyone's dignity. Even if it hurts my bottom line, I think that ethical business practices (and a true moral compass) will lead to greater prosperity in the long run.

The second, and one that I look forward to quite a bit, is bringing a child into this world once I am financially, emotionally, and mentally prepared to care for another human being through all their stages of life. I've learned a lot in my time from having my parents turn their backs on me, me committing injustices of many kinds, being in a very dark place emotionally and mentally... But through it all, I found the strength to continue fighting, I found the true meaning of family in people who didn't owe me a thing, and I learned that I never wanted anyone to feel the way I did ever again; my best friend and brother took his own life nearly 2 years ago, and it was a serious wake-up call for both me and his family. His parents have so many regrets about the way they treated him. My past is done, and so is his, but I'll be damned if I don't teach my kid(s) everything I know, all the skills I learned from surviving on my own, and show them that I will always be there to provide a helping hand or tough love as needed.
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I want to be the savior of this world. It truly sounds foolish. But i want to be a part of something that'll end the corruption of this world. through that i want to be able to help the poor the needy and everyone. I want to SAVE this world
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Posted 2/7/16 , edited 2/7/16
Not foolish at all Artmonk. Saitama would be proud!

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I would like to help those will mental issues or sicknesses. it a big problem for teens these day, what with an anxiety and stress.
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Posted 2/9/16 , edited 2/16/16

Teukari123 wrote:

I would like to help those will mental issues or sicknesses. it a big problem for teens these day, what with an anxiety and stress.


I was just talking about that with my friend over lunch today.. it IS a serious issue and I've lost my very best friend in life to it. I think giving people a place to feel welcome is the first step, and from personal experience, just offering an ear can save a life.
Posted 2/12/16 , edited 2/16/16
My dream is to open up my own bakery! ♡ I want to create my own recipes and sell yummy cup cakes and also yummy pastries. I want my bakery to feel warm, welcoming and friendly.

My dream isn't as good as others here, it's pretty pathetic heh heh.
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My dream is to open up my own bakery! ♡ I want to create my own recipes and sell yummy cup cakes and also yummy pastries. I want my bakery to feel warm, welcoming and friendly.

My dream isn't as good as others here, it's pretty pathetic heh heh.


-taetae, your dream is far from pathetic. Every dream no matter how big or small is worth more than money can buy. I think that the fact that you want to create a place of warmth and harmony is in itself valuable and justified. It is because you are selfless in your desire to spread joy and warmth. You are innovative in that most bakeries today do not have that warmth or kindness. I'm sure more than anything that people who go into your bakery will feel that warmth almost immediately when they come in. As a chef in of a Thai restaurant for 2 years, I must say that the most delicious foods are made from love and passion of the culinary arts. A delicious dish can be made from skill and knowledge, but a dish that is heartfelt and special can only be made with the heart. Too many bakeries I have been to lack that warm and friendly touch. Too many are too focused on earnings or looks of their creations. From a chef to another chef, my last bit of advice would be to keep pouring your love into your creations. Let it flow constantly so that it can be felt by every customer you serve. This world needs more bakeries like yours! So if you ask me if it is pathetic in any way, I would say if I love baking as much you as you do, I would be pursuing that dream myself!
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Well said! I think bakeries in Los Angeles are especially stale in terms of atmosphere, no pun intended. Unless you go to some forced hipster-owned bakery with a punny name and $10 cupcakes, the space is probably going to be very dull and impersonal. Not to mention, -taetae, you want a warm and welcoming atmosphere for the sake of your customers. Like ThaiSuperman said, paying less attention to your bottom line and more attention to customer service goes a long way.

On a side note, I had no idea you were a chef, ThaiSuperman!
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Well said! I think bakeries in Los Angeles are especially stale in terms of atmosphere, no pun intended. Unless you go to some forced hipster-owned bakery with a punny name and $10 cupcakes, the space is probably going to be very dull and impersonal. Not to mention, -taetae, you want a warm and welcoming atmosphere for the sake of your customers. Like ThaiSuperman said, paying less attention to your bottom line and more attention to customer service goes a long way.

On a side note, I had no idea you were a chef, ThaiSuperman!


I certainly was! I still love to cook for my family, so in a way I still am. It was never my dream career though, despite loving it so much. Instead my dream was always with the ocean and the planet. I am pursuing a career in geological oceanography and am specializing in petroleum. Why petroleum? Its undeniable that they make a lot of income. And with that income as well as doing what I love, I intend to change Thailand from the bottom up.
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ThaiSuperman wrote:


dunemachine wrote:



Well said! I think bakeries in Los Angeles are especially stale in terms of atmosphere, no pun intended. Unless you go to some forced hipster-owned bakery with a punny name and $10 cupcakes, the space is probably going to be very dull and impersonal. Not to mention, -taetae, you want a warm and welcoming atmosphere for the sake of your customers. Like ThaiSuperman said, paying less attention to your bottom line and more attention to customer service goes a long way.

On a side note, I had no idea you were a chef, ThaiSuperman!


I certainly was! I still love to cook for my family, so in a way I still am. It was never my dream career though, despite loving it so much. Instead my dream was always with the ocean and the planet. I am pursuing a career in geological oceanography and am specializing in petroleum. Why petroleum? Its undeniable that they make a lot of income. And with that income as well as doing what I love, I intend to change Thailand from the bottom up.


That IS an excellent field. When you're a big oil CEO maybe I'll have the chops to do your marketing I've been to a couple sailing academies myself, one in Isle of Wight (UK) and one in San Pedro. xD Needless to say, the San Pedro one was pretty gross.

Sounds like we gotta cook something up for our local members sometime before I move up north!
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Posted 2/12/16

dunemachine wrote:


ThaiSuperman wrote:


dunemachine wrote:



Well said! I think bakeries in Los Angeles are especially stale in terms of atmosphere, no pun intended. Unless you go to some forced hipster-owned bakery with a punny name and $10 cupcakes, the space is probably going to be very dull and impersonal. Not to mention, -taetae, you want a warm and welcoming atmosphere for the sake of your customers. Like ThaiSuperman said, paying less attention to your bottom line and more attention to customer service goes a long way.

On a side note, I had no idea you were a chef, ThaiSuperman!


I certainly was! I still love to cook for my family, so in a way I still am. It was never my dream career though, despite loving it so much. Instead my dream was always with the ocean and the planet. I am pursuing a career in geological oceanography and am specializing in petroleum. Why petroleum? Its undeniable that they make a lot of income. And with that income as well as doing what I love, I intend to change Thailand from the bottom up.


That IS an excellent field. When you're a big oil CEO maybe I'll have the chops to do your marketing I've been to a couple sailing academies myself, one in Isle of Wight (UK) and one in San Pedro. xD Needless to say, the San Pedro one was pretty gross.

Sounds like we gotta cook something up for our local members sometime before I move up north!


Lolz, be sure to post on days that you are free on the LAAA (Los Angeles Anime Association) page. We all should meet up soon.
Posted 2/13/16

Aww thank you so much! Everyone here seems really friendly ♡ must be awesome being a chef! You must be a great cook. ^_^
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