Dreams are made of failures and risks. They come true by accepting failures as challenges, then taking risks to correct them. That’s an important skill to have that takes time and patience to gain. People don’t believe in dreams anymore - at least, most people don’t. I think the reason is because they give up halfway into the journey. Fail, after fail, after fail starts to get discouraging if you’re not doing the risk-taking part.
The risks are essential because that’s the part you really gain from. People associate risks with loss but in reality, not taking any is also one. Even if you fail just keep solving one problem after another. If the dream is big enough you’ll be willing to make sacrifices, right? In that sense, I think taking risks is a logical choice.
People don’t dream, and people don’t take risks. Those are the two biggest problems with the world, and looking down on people that do both of these is becoming the norm.
Don’t let the norm stop you.