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Ask a child what they want to be when they grow up, and you'll often get answers like an astronaut or a race-car driver. Often these dreams fade when "reality" sets in, bills are to be paid and responsibilities grow. We can't let this happen.
It's important that we always make sure we have more dreams than memories. To wake up each morning without a goal to strive for will make for a bleak, mundane life. It is not difficult to look at the faces of people on their daily commutes and surmise that they might as well be driving themselves to prison.
When our dreams start to fade, so does our livelihood. We need to surround ourselves with others pursuing greatness, and we will be motivated to pursue it as well. There is no "realistic friend" in a group of children -- they are simply made up of extraordinary futures.