“I once was with somebody I liked very much — an older person, when I was considerably younger than I am now.
That person said,
“Spend at least fifteen minutes a day weaving dreams. And if you weave a hundred, at least two of them will have a life.”
So continue with a dream and don’t worry whether it can happen or not; weave it first.
Many people have killed their dreams by figuring out whether they could do them or not before they dream them.
So, if you’re a first-rate dreamer, dream it out — several of them–and then see what realities can come to make them happen, instead of saying,
“Oh, my God. With this reality, what can I dream?”
Virginia Satir (1916 – 1988)