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I rather be awake than dreaming

Posted 08-27-08 at 04:01 PM by houts
“Do not spoil what you have by desiring what you have not; remember that what you now have was once among the things you only hoped for.”

Dreaming, regardless good ones or not, are always a nightmare. I rarely remember anything I dream. Mostly because my sleep pattern is wavering and never a deep one. And typically when I awake, my brain is ready to go and firing. Unless I am very tired and can not jump out of bed right away. This is when my brain becomes more active during sleep. This is when I dream and when I remember them upon waking.

My thoughts on dream interpretation is rather negative. I suspect our brain files through memories, like a computer through its hard drive, and intermixing events. In other words, there is no meaning. Yet, my hard core is becoming soft. There has been a reoccurring dream that is haunting me. Maybe it is my brain, soul, conscious, eating away at me with regrets on my past mistakes. I shouldn't really say 'mistakes' but rather missteps. Our choices in life are 50/50.

This dream is a nightmare. It makes me re-think past events. It creates doubt.
The 'what if' question...

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