The width and breadth of our dreams determine the limitation on our very lives. And if our width and breadth stretch to infinity , then we become limitless.
We’re not talking about nocturnal feelings when we talk about dreams; we’re talking about a set of thoughts, a valued aim, ambition, or ideal.
We’re talking about your open dreams of the future, your private fantasies that culminate in desires for an unimaginable future.
Apart from work, the only thing standing in the way of realizing such desires and ambitions is time; everything else is a variable that can alter.
Someone once dreamed in the early 1900s that the initial telephone prototype model, which weighed a total of 1.1kgs — about the weight of two packs of ground beef and had dimensions of 23 cm long, 13 cm thick, and 4.45 cm, would be available in the future. The device, which had to be recharged every 30 minutes for about 10 hours, will one day become smarter and more mobile.
Six years later, the public receives the first commercial cell phone.
Apple, led by Steve Jobs, would release the world’s first slim screen touch-controlled mobile phone in 2007.
Fast forward to the twenty-first century, where Elon Musk dreamed of creating vertical landing systems, which are now a reality and have an impact on our daily lives. He has questioned the status quo and is now attempting to transform humanity into a space-faring race.
This makes it quite clear that our individual progress and collective achievements as a society are dependent on the scope of our dreams, which are fueled by hard labor.
What are your fantasies? Who knows, maybe our next line of discoveries will be inspired by your dreams.
“Those who trusted in the beauty of their dreams have the future,” Eleanor Roosevelt said.