posted on Apr, 23 2012 @ 02:48 PM
I rarely remember my dreams. When I do, they are usually very strange, sometimes frightening, but that's not really the point of this post. This
morning I had a dream right before I woke up. Actually, I had a much longer dream before, that I don't think had anything to do with this one. This
one, I think I was kind of in that half awake, half asleep state. All I really remember is I was talking to someone. I have no idea what they looked
like, but it was a male voice. In the dream, I remember just "knowing" that I was talking to someone who was much wiser than me. This person said
the following to me and I have no idea why. I don't remember there being any conversation before this. But anyway, here's what he said.
"Neither money nor depression are real, which makes the fact that people experience one because of the lack of the other quite laughable."
Again, I have no idea why "he" said this to me and I woke up right afterwards. The quote has been stuck in my head all day now. Not even sure what
to make of it. Just thought I'd share.
As I said earlier, I had a much longer and detailed dream before this one last night which didn't seem to be related, but I'd be glad to share if
anyone is interested.