It is arrogant to believe that you can change the entire world BUT surely we can invoke positive changes in the worlds in which we live.
Your world is different to my world, or our world. Your world is the one that only you see through your eyes, it’s the “neighborhood” in which you live in every day.
You are the central character in this world, yes, many things may happen outside of your control, but you always retain the creative ability to build, to learn, to grow and respond to your environment.
Often as dreamers and big thinkers, we catch a particularly severe bout of narcissism and we believe we can change the entire world; the danger here is that we easily get overwhelmed AND we forget that it is the little things that have most profound effects on the other worlds that intersect with ours.
Our dreams are relative and we need not moralize them or prioritize them in terms of their apparent significance, the dream of a father to provide an education for his son does not have to compete with the dreams of a businessman building an empire that employs thousands of people.
Dreams are NOT necessarily moral things, they are deep passions lended to us to expand and enrich the size of our worlds.
Don’t hide from your dream or compare it to the dreams of others, it is yours to love and yours to pursue.