Don’t Give Up Your Dream

Don’t Give Up on Your Dream

Sometimes having a dream can be hard but as long as you believe in your dream you have a much better chance of getting it.  I had a dream to find my mother.  It took a long time to realise it.  When I finally found my mother she was almost 100 years old.  It was worth all the tears and the sleepless nights.  I am so glad I held on to that dream until it became reality.

Don’t Give Up on Your Dream

Now I have another dream to help the many adoptees who have still not managed to trace their mothers or fathers.  I have a dream to change the adoption rules not only here in Britain but all over the world.  Adopted people have to fight so very hard to find out who they are.  So much information is hidden from them.  Society is not aware of the pain that is caused by this suppression of information.  It is time they found out.

Don’t Give Up on Your Dream

One person in ten is adopted in the U.S.   Most of them have a dream to know who they are and why they were adopted.  For many of them it is a secret dream that they are ashamed to share.  What would you do if you went home today and your mother told you that she was not really your mother and your family that you knew from birth were not your blood relations?

I can tell you from experience that you would be deeply shocked and saddened.  It’s time society helped to make more reunions possible with a minimum of red tape.  Let’s start from today to change this great injustice

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