Have you ever noticed, how as kids we are encouraged to dream? Dream at home. Dream at school. Dream about what you want to be? An astronaut, a musician, a detective or, a painter or, any thing else that catches our fantasies. And as we are living our fancies, the same people who told us to dream, tell us to suck it up, face the reality, and aspire us to be engineers, doctors, and in more recent version of growing big, an investment banker. Our childhood dreams that just began evolving into something concrete, is asked to be locked up to into a quiet corner of our head and we swallow the key to it. We throw away the creative hat full of imagination and bow our heads to crack the board exams, then to score high in the entrance exams, barely make it through college. We then fight for the best package in the market and then settled down with our match made in heaven to produce a set of our species. 10 years down the lane, no one is bothered how much you scored in your boards! But 20 years later, you begin hunting for the key you swallowed.
So find that key you swallowed and live your dream.