Thought for the day …

Our waking nightmares are no more real than our sleeping ones.

We need only wake up from them for them to be gone.

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  1. Dream Rogue says:

    I am brought to tears by your optimistic comment. I really want to believe what you say is true, that there is a way out. What brought me to my own personal mess was a feeling that my dreams weren't there, reflected, perhaps in the daytime by the perfect marriage that held so many fights and a bunch of half-developed relationships that never seemed to become more intimate. Then, my nightmare

  2. Gayla D'Gaia says:

    This blog has taken me very deep into questioning what it is I've been holding onto. January 1st, this came through:
    FLIP IT! About Face! Turn, Stand and Deliver The World of Pleasure! What world are we trying to save? The world of pain? or are we here to deliver the world of love and pleasure?

    There is a reason to unlock these inner worlds of bliss and pleasure. It is the

  3. SMoKeLioN says:

    Thats why people drink so much. To jump into their dream world where they dont think about the problems theyre making up for themselves

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