Your dreams are your dreams. No one should judge them and tell you that they’re too big, too small, too outrageous, or too silly. Your dreams are your dreams and you should do whatever you can to make them happen.
See, the problem with us—I include myself in that equation—is we spend far too much time trying to figure out if our dreams are worth having or even possible. In fact, we spend so much time doing it that we, eventually, feel it’s better to let them go rather than pursue them and that’s when the excuses set in.
You know the excuses, right? Here’s a couple of good ones for you: “they were never going to happen anyway” and “I don’t have time to do the things I want anymore because of x, y, or z”. Life gets in the way of what we want and time shortens the possibilities for ever seeing them come to fruition.
Well, here’s the question: who’s in charge of your life and your time?
That’s a question you need to answer and, once you do—if you do—then you should come back and revisit why it is your dreams aren’t able to find a place in your life.
We all have responsibilities, and we all have things that will, temporarily, knock us off our path, but those things should not become the things that keep us from remembering that we have dreams and that those dreams are worth keeping alive—if for no other reason than to keep us living, loving, and moving forward.