Imagine yourself becoming an international hero, where everywhere you went around the world, they celebrated your arrival, because you alone accomplished something no one else could do, as a group, as a nation, only you did it. And what you accomplished was so spectacular; you brought pride to your family name and total peace and harmony to the world. This feat would bring an understanding within the races and nationalities from coast to coast, continent to continent.
David Payton made it a reality. He goes on to tell you about the dream he had, where he was able to infiltrate the Taliban and assassinate Osama Bin Laden to the relief of every peace seeking form of organization in existence. He tells you a little bit about himself and why it was so important to take a chance, to sacrifice the luxuries of life and maybe even his own, so that millions can enjoy violence-free environments. In his dreams he is successful, but what he didn't count on was the outcome. What he didn't know was whether or not he was going to get out alive or not, and after all he went through, whether or not what happened to him would be what he was really looking for. Very often in life, what you expect to happen, doesn't. Why would it be different, in your dreams?