Maryam’s Dead Ended, Seemingly Rhetorical but Generally Futile Questions about Life (Part 2)

Are dreams a luxury only those with time can afford?

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12 thoughts on “Maryam’s Dead Ended, Seemingly Rhetorical but Generally Futile Questions about Life (Part 2)

  1. I’ve been told that dreams are a bad thing, because most of them never come true.

    Statistically, this is correct – most dreams will not come true.

    But disappointment in itself can make us better people, if we can properly channel it.

  2. Busy ones do dream and actually that’s what they’re busy achiving. Your sentence may be true about sleep.

    and absurdly a couple of days ago I read this somewhere:

    “Dreams reveal reality, that conception lags.” – Kafka.

    How very true?

  3. scarier are those that do come true when you dont want them so,

    i stopped remembering my dreams long ago, aint worth it , still get the deja vu feeling now and then

  4. Consider the other side of the coin – Imagine if the dreams (dreams not as in dreaming about a better tomorrow but dreams as in dreaming at night) that you had always meant something. They always foretold something. Imagine such an experience. Its not as easy or rosy as it sounds in the first instance……

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