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    gookenhaim is offline Junior Member
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    Cool Your greatest dreams are all on the other side of the wall of fear and caution.

    I saw this nice quote
    Your greatest dreams are all on the other side of the wall of fear and caution.

    but I can't get the meaning of it completely.
    Does it mean the greatest dreams are always behind our fear and caution, so we should break
    or climb
    the wall to get to it?
    Or does it mean "Wherever fear and caution are, it is not where our greatest dreams are. So avoid that and go on and look for other options"?(->I don't think it's what author meant because we always have fear in every option to some degrees)

    Thank you for reading it!
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    Re: Your greatest dreams are all on the other side of the wall of fear and caution.

    It's says that you need to conquer/overcome your fears to be able to realize/attain your dreams.

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    Re: Your greatest dreams are all on the other side of the wall of fear and caution.

    Think of it this way, you can't achieve your dreams if you are held back by fear and caution. Fear and caution is understood as a proverbial wall that separates you and your dreams.

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    Re: Your greatest dreams are all on the other side of the wall of fear and caution.

    thank you :) so on the other side of the wall means behind the wall right? maybe that's what I feel confused about

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    Re: Your greatest dreams are all on the other side of the wall of fear and caution.

    Yes.

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    Re: Your greatest dreams are all on the other side of the wall of fear and caution.

    Quote Originally Posted by gookenhaim View Post
    Thank you​. :) So "on the other side of the wall" means "behind the wall", right? Maybe that's what I feel confused about.
    See my corrections above. You must start every sentence with a capital letter and end every sentence with an appropriate punctuation mark.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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