There’s nothing wrong with having a dream. In fact it can be healthy and lead to great accomplishments. The biggest concern is when we allow the dream to take over our lives, and we miss the joys of the present moments. One way to keep that from happening is to have many small dreams along the way to your “big” dream. We celebrate small achievements, and in the end, we discover that it was not the final accomplishment that matters the most, but it was the journey we took to get there. Let your journey be lived without regrets even if it means losing out on the final accomplishment.
The dreams of many individuals come to fruition long after they have died. For them, their happiness and fulfillment came in knowing they built something that outlived them and brought hope and love to thousands of people they would never get to know. Dream big, but live your life in such a way that even if you don’t accomplish what you set out to do, you will still be grateful for having been true to yourself and your goals. Risk the big dream.
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