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I feel sorry for the fools who mock and laugh at visionary skills, imaginations of dreamers, because they:
  • Forget the pleasure in combining idealism with their versions of truths
  • Forget the potential growth in discovering the depths of emotions
  • Forget how the inspiration behind passionate visions have challenged, changed and led to great forces in the world
  • Forget how knowledge can grow in a place of abstract light and brightness
  • Forget some fundamental roots to inner strength and happiness
  • Forget what drove people to seek scientific knowledge
 

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Both realists and dreamers have their flaws and attributes. Dreamers, although talented visionaries, can find it difficult to make their dreams into realities. Realists risk turning their skepticism into cynicism. Both need to work together to create a better world. However, like the extroverted conspiracy, society tends to favour realists. They're seen as ''grounded'' and ''down to earth'', whereas us dreamers are flippantly disregarded as being ''away with the fairies''. But isn't it ironic that one of the best pieces of oratory known to man began with the words ''I have a dream...''
 

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The idealist grounds of visionaries should be combined with the practical grounds of realists.

And both should be open to each other's strengths when necessary.
 
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