Hope is the Dream-Killer. any eventuality) taking place varies continously from none to certain. Hence when you hope don't get too specific, and let your hope do what it can all alone. To plan your future is to contain it; to hope for your future is to kill it.
By hoping for a dream, you indirectly make it less likely, and depending on how exactly you envision your dream, next to impossible. Mind that you you aren't actually affected the probability of the dream coming true, but rather adding the additional probalistic consideration of whether or not you can predict the future. Assume that you can't, and the question becomes 'can I correctly guess the future,' because if your hope materilizes into a dream, you have guessed the future before it happened. The chances of this are next to nil, although it isn't impossible. The chances of any hope (i