Do you dream big enough?
I believe if I accomplish or experience anything that I ever dreamed of, it's no longer a dream. It was a goal that I thought was a dream. Dreams cannot be reached and if they are, my dreams are not big enough. Therefore, the saying, " Living the Dream" is impossible. What do you think?
You've defined yourself into a corner with the phrase "dreams cannot be reached." If a dream cannot be reached, then you might as well be happy achieving a certain amount of goals before you shuffle off this mortal coil; which might make you "Living the Dream" of accomplishing some goals w/out achieving your largest dream, whatever that might be.
If I reach a goal, I set new ones. I never run out. So, maybe what we think are dreams are actually goals. To me, the difference is one can be reached; one cannot. And maybe I'm confused about the definitions of both. Thank you for making me think.
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