Everyone has dreams, they are not only the pursuit of the lofty, the privileged or the brave.
You are never too old, or too dumb to dream. There is no such thing as dumb anyway, that’s just some crappy label, that a misguided fool threw at you because of their own judgmental and insecure ways.
If a dream calls to you, chase after it, but do so with the wisdom of your heart; pursue it because you love the very essence of it.
There is nothing more beautiful than a soul who sings with her whole heart — whether one is on pitch or not, does not really matter.
Our culture of excellence dementedly insists that only the beautiful should act, only the musical should sing and only the exceedingly gifted should attempt to conquer the tallest mountains.
This, itself is folly, for the logic with which it presents itself, dies a sad death in the prison of “the opinions of others.”