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Dreams ~ Illusions ~ Figments ~ Snippets of Frustration ~ Day 316

I would love a magic ball sometimes and someone to interpret the snippet of so called dreams, illusions, figments or whatever other word you would like to call it that I experience. On a rant today after having another snippet last night. Some call it dreams. I call it frustration. Why can I not dream of my son. And I am talking a dream. Sitting down.. having a conversation. Looking at him. Nope. If I have anything it is a snippet of the back of him running. Away from me. I am always chasing him. I would rather have nothing at all. Not only was he ripped from my world at age 16. I cannot even have a dream. Oh well I suppose there is “a plan and a reason” for that too.

Rant over for now. Good day to all.

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365 Photos Challenge Day 316

  • Do you believe there is a purpose in your dreams?

    • Yes
    • No
    • Sometimes
    • You are crazy, dreams have no purpose
    • I do not have dreams


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Written by Carol DM

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  1. Your dreams seems understandable to me for what you have been through, Stop chasing him, he will come to you one day when you least expect it. I feel he can’t come to you if he feels chased. I have been told I can interpret dreams. I had a dream I was falling in fog, like I was spinning on the ground. I knew not to get on my husband’s motorcycle the day he died on it. if your mind is open fully, your mind will find Dustin and he will not be running. It may not happen immediately, but in time it will I do believe.

  2. For me, dreams are a journey, and of course, there is a purpose in it.
    I always hope that you can meet Dustin in the realm of meditation, or if possible, can be faster to meet him in a peaceful space as I wrote in a previous post. I’ve read a book that more or less describes such a place and how to build them in mind. Well, only if you feel you need it. The title is “Peace Of Mind” by Sandy Mc. Gregor. But before, I apologize if you ever read it.


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