Scientists say we all have dreams during sleep, some more than others.
Yes, you read the title right. It says ‘dream,’ not ‘dog.’ However, I was born a dreamer. At three years old, I already knew that when I grew up, I wanted to be a mermaid with a beautiful voice. When I didn’t grow a tail during my first swimming lesson, I went home with a broken dream and a broken heart.
Who reads anymore, anyway? Besides the best-sellers, that is? The new (or, by now, not so new) electronic media have made us writers into near-irrelevancies.
I sensed that the time had come for me to stand in the truth of what I wanted, even if that meant that I had to end the relationship. I was scared.
Dreams where your teeth are falling out: Experts say this dream could have positive or negative meanings. It can result from the fact that you are growing as a person and/or demonstrate your desire to take better care of yourself, or it can come from anxiety about insecurities, growing older, or huge life changes. Either way, teeth dreams are said to happen often during a time of intense transition.
When you want to be the person who wants the thing more than you actually want the thing.
I walked slowly around the house and realized what that noise was.
How do you even do that, by the way? Choose just one or two things to help you remember someone for the rest of your life?
At first, it wouldn’t be comfortable – nothing ever is, really.
You can work. You can push yourself. Discover your passions and chase THOSE, not just some lofty idea of a “dream.”