The luckiest man in the world.

Hello everyone, thanks for checking this out. Everyone has dreams or at least had them. I hope those of you who read this have already lived your dreams and if not i hope you continue to motivate yourself to get there. To be honest I've only had one single dream (an earthly desire) since i was a kid and that is to own a McClarren F1. You would be correct to assume that being able to pay for gas, insurance, and maintenance is considered to be a part of that dream. I would go to great lengths to make this a reality doing whatever it takes just short of selling my soul and never to hurt any breathing thing. Its my dream to be able to drive that car even if i would have to live in a box or a tent or in the car itself. I am by no means a materialistic person, if somewhere down the road i could help someone buy selling it i wouldnt think twice about it. Okay maybe two or three times! I've always enjoyed and found great joy in helping others. I would tour the country in search of people who need an extra hand with anything in their daily lives. After the work is finished I'd drive them where ever they want within an hour from home and of course bring them back. The dream is not selfish, the dream is loving, the dream can make a differnce, and whichever broadcasting companies (note the plurality) want to stream an exciting story full of helpfulness, thoughtful smiles, real laughter, precious hope, unconditional love, and of course the dramatic stories of each new individual we show up to help.
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