YOUR DREAMS MAY NOT COME TRUE
Dwight Eisenhower once reminisced about his childhood. “When I was a boy in Kansas, a very good friend and I got to talking about what we wanted to do when we grew up. I said I wanted more than anything else in the world to be” — and here Ike gathered speed like a prairie steam engine — “a baseball player, a good baseball player, a real professional — like Honus Wagner. Then I asked my friend, ‘What do you want to be?’ He answered, ‘I want to be President of the United States.'” Eisenhower thought a bit, then flashed that smile of his. “And neither of us got his wish.”
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