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There is a luxury hotel in Midtown Manhattan called Dream New York. Their website boasts:
Fantasies become reality at Dream New York, Vikram Chatwal’s blissful escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Located in the heart of Midtown Manhattan in a landmark 1895 Beaux-Arts building, Dream New York is a playscape where luxury hospitality combines with the reverie of modern design. Settle into sleek-yet-comfortable accommodations, complete with the utmost in luxury amenities and eclectic restaurants and lounges.
Featuring 216 guestrooms and suites with amenities such as large flat screen TVs, high-speed WiFi, and Hydro Basic bath products, the accommodations at Dream New York invite guests into a world of surreal comfort. Bask in ultra-plush bedding and 300-thread count Egyptian cotton, recounting the days of seeing Manhattan’s best sights during the day and glittering lights at night.
Should dreaming be a place to escape, or a place to inspire? A place to get pampered, or a place to get revived?
Should I dream of surreal comfort or successful contribution?
A thought: Don't dream of what you can receive, dream of what you can become, and what you can become to others.
Question: Would you prefer to spend a week at a luxury hotel being catered to, or a week catering to the needs of others? Share your thoughts below in comments.
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