As a kid, I firmly believed that the world was my oyster. I wanted to be an astronaut. Then, a couple of years later, I wanted to be a teacher. Then a fashion designer. An architect. A professional athlete and a lot of other things that I can’t even recollect at this point.
As I grew older, I realised how the real world was in absolute contrast with what I previously believed it to be. There were days that made me change the way I thought and gradually, my dreams changed. I became a little more realistic. The world around me changed drastically too. We are no longer dreaming of castles in the air or a house made of chocolate, our dreams are more pragmatic and reasonable now.
So here are a few illustrations that perfectly point out the differences between our dreams, when we were children, to our dreams now.
I am sure you relate with some of them. Tell us how your dreams have evolved since the time you were a kid to now, in the comments below.
Design Credits: Disha Bhanot