If people say your dreams
are crazy. Oh! If they laugh at what you
think you can do. Good Stay that way. Because what non-believers
fail to understand, is that calling a dream crazy
is not an insult. It’s a compliment. Don’t try to be the fastest
runner in your school. Or the fastest in the world. Be the fastest ever. Don’t picture yourself
wearing OBJ’s jersey. Picture OBJ wearing yours. Don’t settle for homecoming
queen or linebacker. Do both. Lose 120 pounds and
become an ironman. After beating a brain tumor. Don’t believe you have to be
like anybody, to be somebody. If you’re born a refugee, don’t let it stop you from
playing soccer for the National Team. At age 16. Don’t become the best basketball
player on the planet. Be bigger than basketball. Believe in something, even if it means
sacrificing everything. When they talk about
the greatest team in the history of the sport, make sure it’s your team. If you have only one hand,
don’t just watch football. Play it. At the highest level. And if you’re a girl
from Compton, don’t just become a
tennis player. Become the greatest
athlete ever. Yeah, that’s more like it. So, don’t ask if your dreams
are crazy. Ask if they’re crazy enough.

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Dennis Veasley

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