There exist two kinds of dreams. There are dreams that one has had and those that one has. The former are often nonsensical in nature. The latter are slightly more corporeal; it’s a “thing” that one wants above all else. It might be a state of being or simply a set of objects. But whatever the dream might pertain to, it’s important to not only strive for that dream but to also know what that dream is. For while they may be the most difficult part of your life to obtain, they’re also the most rewarding. And as Shirobako demonstrates, sometimes those dreams have been around you all along.