Thursday, March 8, 2012
He comes to me in my dreams
Would you rather have a video copy of your dreams or a datebook that contains the events of every day of your life?
To make a choice here requires little effort. I would definetly prefer a video copy of my dreams.
How annoying is it to wake up in the morning and not be able to remember your pleasant dreams.
Of course, if I were having nightmares, I'd not need a video copy.
When I dream, I have very pleasant dreams usually.
I often dream of my son who left this earth almost ten years ago.
He comes to me in my dreams. Or at least it seems that way.
The dreams always resemble a reunion with him.
When I wake, I usually have a memory of these dream visits.
It's almost as a gift, to see and interact with him again in my dreams.
I keep a journal of these dreams so that I can review them and not forget them.
Then there are those dreams that are pleasant, but silly. I enjoy them in a relaxing, restful way.
Sometimes upon waking I want to recall them, and can remember fragments.
I put them away to review later, and then when I try to recall them, they're gone.
The refreshing feeling that I experienced in the dream are still there, but the actual events are gone.
I currently contain a datebook that contains most of the events of my life. But to have one from every day of my life would create the effect of looking back into the past.
I've concentrated the last half of my life so far trying to stop focusing on the past and the future, and just live in the present.
I definetly would prefer that copy of my dreams. They are actually an escape from the events of the day.