An aspiration that does not depend on immediate encounters

One of my friends recently posted that when people are young, dream is fixed, and reality is random, and that when they grow older, reality is fixed and dream becomes random.

This makes sense, but it does not mean that things should be so. OK, OK, I am a quasi-idealist.

I think that at young age, one should invest in an aspiration that does not depend on one’s immediate encounters, and when the time comes, consume it! Luckily, I already have one.

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