At the core of his message is this: When we were kids, we always indulged in the impossible. We didn’t ask for permission. We didn’t fear repercussions. We simply flew where our dreams would take us. Somewhere along the way, we started ignoring our imagination. Perhaps reality has its way of suppressing our will to believe in the unordinary. Our desires were replaced with heading down paths already taken by those before us. Fear, outside and inward, cast a shadow on what we could be.
If there is anything that someone can get from Dime's music, it is the idea of getting back to back to a mindset of being unapologetic and relentless about whatever it is you want.