The second part, "you can accomplish it," says to me, "you can turn that notion into a reality." So, to me, this saying is about imagining big and beautiful things and making them so strong in your imagination that you absolutely must bring them to existence.
Now, this isn't exactly how the saying went but it's how I understand it. Abraham Lincoln said something very similar when he was asked what he thought about people who could dream but didn't do anything about it: "They never did anything worth doing or seeing."
Lincoln was a great man who had many thoughts on life but also on dreaming and ambition. I think he meant for us to take away from these words that if you can imagine it, it can be done. But first, you have to want to do it.
Have a good one!
"Living your dreams is the surest way to make them come true." "Dreams don't come true unless you act on them." Living your dreams is the surest way to make them come true. If you have dreams that you think are impossible to achieve, then do not give up even when no one else does. Always keep going until you succeed.
Quotes about dreams: Dreams are wishes for tomorrow, plans for today. Never let go of your dream, for if it was that easy everyone would be a millionaire. Nothing great was ever achieved without passion- anything you want in life, you have to be willing to work hard for.
Quotes about dreams: Dreaming is believing in yourself even when no one else does. Living your dreams isn't always easy, but it's where we connect with our own power and strength. Everyone has dreams they want to come true, but only a few are able to find the way. Keep fighting for what you believe in, soon enough people will see your confidence and believe in themselves too.
Quotes about dreams: There are two types of people in the world: those who make dreams happen and those who watch others make dreams happen. We all have dreams that we want to come true.
Take a stroll through these dream quotations with me to begin believing.
According to the saying, we eventually get significance in our life from our aspirations and fantasies. As in his earlier plays, "A Midsummer Night's Dream" and "As You Like It," dreams and reality merge, redefining the characters' lives. In this case, it is a very significant dream that brings about a major change for two young lovers.
The quote comes from William Shakespeare's romantic comedy-drama, "A Midsummer Night's Dream." It is spoken by Helena, the princess of Norway, who is waiting for her lover, Demetrius, who has gone to Athens to act in a play. Although she knows he is now married, they continue to love each other and can't let go of each other. But their different social positions prevent them from marrying. So they live together in secrecy, using magic to stay together even when one or both of them goes away. One night, Helena has a dream where everything turns into madness: elves, fairies, and monsters appear and demand that she marry Demetrius right away before they wake up. When she tells him about the dream, he believes it was real life coming to stop them from being together. So he goes to Athens and gets married. When she wakes up alone, she realizes what had happened and dies of heartbreak.
Shakespeare uses this story to show how much we need true love in our lives.