In life, we can either let our experiences make us bitter, or we can channel that feeling towards being a good example in order to improve things.



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Wednesday, May 10, 2006

Dream or no

Do you ever think to yourself, 'That was a interesting dream.' And then realize that it wasn't a dream but really happened?

What happened was, I thought I dreampt about my friends mentioning about a sheva bracha that they went to. And then I was thinking, wait, that actually happened. And remembered that they spoke about it during shalosh seudos on shabbos. Maybe I dreampt about it later and so I thought the whole thing was a dream.

Did that ever happen to you?

8 comments:

kasamba said...

That sounds so surreal!
I have thge opposite:
I regularly dream that I've cooked or baked something I wanted to and then think that I'd actually done it!

Pragmatician said...

Yeah it happens to me too, I like it when it does although not too often.

Lvnsm27 said...

Kasamba, that way has also happened to me.

Prag, interesting.

Stx said...

Yes. See my most recent post on my blog.

(Not a plug. Just good timing.)

FrumGirl said...

I have never had that occur to me. Like Kasamba I have experienced the opposite.

Lvnsm27 said...

Stx, mazel tov

FG, I remember dreaming about something a long time ago that seemed like an actual memory and later realized that it's not.

Eshet Chayil said...

I've had fights with best friends in dreams and woke up terrified that they were mad at me. Sometimes it takes me all day to shake it off, even after I see them, the dream can be so vivid in my mind and screams from my best friend come flashing back. Dreams are a powerful thing...

Lvnsm27 said...

They sure are.