‘Don’t make thoughts your aim’ verses ‘Don’t make dreams your master’

He aims to think with a plan.

She is passionate about her dreams.

They sometimes fight about their different approaches.

Until she proposes a compromise.

“Why not combine your plan with my idea?”

“Surely, I aim to please.”

“And I know the art of compromise.”

In truth, art is a means of using what works in a beautiful way.

And knowing when dreaming and thinking will work as opposed to dwelling on both or either.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thought

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dream

 

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