A Rather Interesting Dream

Street scene, [Mystic, Connecticut]  (LOC)

Street scene, [Mystic, Connecticut] (LOC) (Photo credit: The Library of Congress)

 

Recently, I dreamt that I was taking a walk down the street of an unknown area.

I purposely deviated from the route and chose to walk different streets at random intervals.

The most interesting part of the dream was: although I purposely deviated from the route by walking on different streets for the fun of it, one of the streets lead me right back to the first street that I was walking on.

Now, isn’t that interesting? Could that dream mean that there is no right or wrong path? Or, that all parts are intertwined and that they eventually lead to the same place?

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5 responses to “A Rather Interesting Dream

  1. If there is no right or wrong path, then you are either a decent persaon with good morals who is not easily influenced. or you are a physcopath that does not care about anyone

  2. to add to this I had my first dream in a very long time last night. It was quite a traditional dream. I was being chased, running down an empty man made river by a very large digger

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