Almost all the people who were responsible for a breakthrough were once labelled insane because they believed in something considered to be impossible. Our world is a materialistic sphere which encourages actions rather than speculations because guesswork cannot pay bills.
Every discovery starts with a wild conjecture which receives more criticism rather than appreciation. It’s not an easy task to implement something which lies on the spectrum of so-called impossibility. But even in a world like this, there are some people who would choose to be a dreamer rather than a skeptic realist; I am one of them. I believe there’s only a thin line of skepticism between possibility and impossibility which can be erased with hope; where there’s hope there’s a possibility.
If our ancestors hadn’t hoped for security we would still be living in the woods.
If people hadn’t hoped for wings then roaming in the sky would never have been possible.
It was hope which led the hypothesis to reality. Hope is the reason for our existence, the day we lose hope we cease to exist. We humans always search for an idea to put our hopes upon. We have entrusted our hope to numerous ideas which have paved our way to evolution.
If an idea of change can generate hope for a better future, any change will seem possible and achievable. And history is the proof that if humans have the audacity to hope they also have the capacity to make their hopes come true.