Grayson Marshall said, “If people aren’t laughing at your dreams…then they aren’t big enough!” I don’t agree with this. My version of this interesting quote would be:
For the last twelve months, this dream of mine, which is now in its 25th episode and may take another 5 episodes to end in the next 10 nights, do you expect people will laugh at it just because it is big enough, even bigger than a soap drama. No, any further listening may make my listeners shout and cry. The other day, I told my mentor I want to be Einstein. He laughed and laughed till tears rolled out of his eyes. His laughter got me excited and I thought, voila, I have just fulfilled what Grayson Marshall said. But before taking next step on this road to fulfill my dream, my mentor halted me. He said, he laughed not because of my ambitious big dream but transplanting Einstein’s hair style on my bald head is nothing short of a miracle.
Since brain is such an excellent thinking tool, the next night I found myself dreaming that I am discussing, the possibility of growing Einstein Hairstyle, with this famous international hair expert. We were at the peak of our discussion and he was about to unravel the secret of cultivating Einstein Hairstyle, but alas, the dream proved big enough for my mom who jolted me up as she didn’t like the idea of me sleeping too long and eventually getting late for the work.
So here I am, thinking what to do with my big enough dreams? I don’t know about you, but I think if you want to make people laugh at your dreams, it is better to tell funny dreams rather big ones.