Friday, April 4, 2014

D Is For Dreamer




I am a dreamer, and have been for my entire life.  I dream about my future, I fantasize about alternate realities, I create story lines in my head (sometimes I put them down on paper, sometimes I don't).  I dream to create goals for myself, to escape from pain, or just for fun.  I dream of a better world for my grandchildren than the one we have now--a world without prejudice, hate, and bigotry.

The funny thing about being a dreamer?  When I dream at night, 99% of the time, I have absolutely no memory of those dreams. Go figure!!

19 comments:

  1. I remember a lot of my dreams and try my best to decipher them; sometimes I can and sometimes I cannot. I think some dreams are not meant to decipher.

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  2. We are a family of dreamers here :) Enjoyed your post!

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  3. I analyze dreams and am good at it--so if you ever do remember any, stop by! :)

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  4. Keep dreaming. This world needs more dreamers. ;)

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  5. All cultures believe in dreams. Something I find reassuring. Thanks for the great post!
    another a to z blogger

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  6. Funny, I have dreams that are so clear and totally remember and others not so much, too. But I too am a dreamer at heart :)

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  7. I believe in dreams, both the ones that I see when I am awake and the ones when that i see when I am asleep. Even I don't remember most of them but the ones I remember , i try to decipher. Doing that has helped me in the past. I enjoyed reading this post.

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  8. Sometimes, I remember my dreams, other times I don't. Some are very vivid - and usually difficult to understand. But after reflection and prayer the meaning is revealed. I'm also a dreamer in the other sense you described, seeking a better life for the ones I love. I think we've been hardwired by God to be dreamers...

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  9. I'm pretty big on fantasy myself, but my alternate realities tend to be dark.

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  10. As long as we never stop dreaming, there is hope for a brighter tomorrow :)

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  11. My husband never remembers his dreams either...but he's not the creative type. That is strange that you are so creative but don't remember your dreams. Maybe your brains doesn't need the extra dreaminess because it's plenty active when your awake?
    ~Katie

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  12. I am a dreamer too and have been for as long as I can remember. For me, though, when I dream at night I can narrator them like movies, so I can do/say what I want. I also can manipulate what happens. :)

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  13. It's exactly the same with me, I rarely remember my dreams in the morning! When we dream about our goals and positive visualization, they do become a reality! :)

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  14. It is universal ! We dream at night, we plan at night but but with the first rays of the sun we tend to forget them.

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  15. Here's to dreaming about a world without hate and bigotry for our future generations. that's big and huge and powerful beyond all of the importsSSS

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  16. I would have to say that I am a dreamer too and I am able to remember lot of my dreams.

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  17. I am a dreamer too :) and try my best to live it. Lovely words.

    Rajlakshmi
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  18. I'm not much of a dreamer, but I think day dreams are the best. :)

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  19. As stated, you're a true dreamer then.:)

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