Well, do not know about you, but I felt a bit upset and disappointed with the way life turned out after a childhood romance, adventure full of dreams. Dissatisfied by the time I hit twenty-five? More Like disconnected: divorce, obesity, financial problems and abuse had left in my life then and I guess in a way that I felt like a couple of dwarfs? grumpy and sleepy! Perhaps your experience is similar, maybe a little different, a little better or worse, but I'm sure they can identify each other and even share a little feeling of disillusionment with life in general. But the word "disappointment"? I wonder? This makes me wonder how I became disillusioned. If you have read about Charles Schwab already – you may have come to the same conclusion. Because to get to a place of "disillusionment" must mean that he was an "illusion" in the first place. And I think that this illusion might have been shaped by the wonders of Disney and the hopes of romance and magic in the future and the values established by the society of the day: work hard to earn a living and marrying for life? In other words, grow, be a hero and marry a princess. But what are your illusions, my new friend? What did you expect to have found in life before encountered in my article? Who do we expect? Who would expect the love? Y when did it all go wrong? But I have some other questions for you before you go: what if all that experience has come to you for your highest good? What if you could understand? What if you could use? What if you could rise above it? What if now could become the hero you've always dreamed of and to reconnect with that world of romance, adventure and wonder? What if everything in your life had a purpose? What if you have a purpose in life? What if this purpose to life with an illusion broke, find the opposite of that illusion? disappointment? and then rediscover the original illusion so you could ultimately experience the true magic and wonder of life and live happily ever after? Maybe all the difficulties worthwhile. Sonia Gardner is likely to agree. Perhaps all our problems have a real meaning, my friend and maybe now we're ready to experience the magic of this world has to offer. I think we should also remember that even Walt Disney himself had his challenges: I understand that sleeping rough in his office because he could not afford accommodation and even had no shoes left to wear when he finally invited to a meeting that changed his life, and all of our . .