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Adif larutz laeish, lidrosh lo livakesh, Mimah at mifachedet?

Could We Enter the Dreams of Other People?

Ein ma lachsov shehu omer, ein zman yafeh yoter, Hevi et hayom Shanim hem shoalim, shanim lo makshivim, Somrim hakol babeten, Ze mitztaver v'ze gover v'ze basof gomer, Al mah at medaberet,. Yotzei sheat tamid shoteket Aval bifnim ze bo'er v'nisraf hakol, Kol hamilim she ne'almo Timtze'i otan bachalomot shel acherim I completely agree with this. I think everyone has different dreams, and not everyone wants to travel for long periods of time. When I finally traveled Europe partly solo, I realized that although it was lovely, I would love to travel with someone and share those memories.

Great post love, it really made me think! This blog post really hit home! I also agree fully with what social media portrays, only the two ends of the spectrum as far as travelling or life go, and not all of the rest of us in between!! I laughed so hard at your love for Mark-Paul and the collection of CG eyeshadows! Thank you for this! Thank you for writing this; it helps me remember why we ever write, which is to be connected. You are totally right when you say you have to do what is right for you. Will I travel forever? Great post!

I love your writing style and honesty, it inspires me so much especially with thinking about taking the leap of blogging myself. I have a house, a husband, a cat! In fact after a 5 month backpacking trip away with my hubby we were TIRED — tired of doing it, and felt ready to come home after 4 months…. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. Leave this field empty. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam.

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Brenna Holeman December 21, - pm Thank you so much for your comment, Nikita! Danny December 17, - pm Thank you so much for writing this post, Brenna!

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Brenna Holeman December 21, - pm Thank you so much, Danny! You are too kind — thank you for following my blog. Definitely do not give up on Mark-Paul.

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Believe in your dreams! Megan December 17, - pm this is a brilliant article, brenna. Brenna Holeman December 21, - pm Thank you so much, Megan! Yana December 17, - pm I agree with this so much, it used to be my dream to travel long term, but as I started having other dreams as well it was no longer realistic. Brenna Holeman December 21, - pm Totally agree with you, Kylie!

Kristin Addis December 18, - am Totally agree with you here. Brenna Holeman December 21, - pm Yes — it happens in all industries, definitely! Kelsey Tuller December 18, - pm Paige, I totally agree. Brenna Holeman December 21, - pm Thanks for your comment, Kelsey! Jenn December 18, - am I really enjoyed reading this.

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Brenna Holeman December 21, - pm Thank you very much for your comment, Jenn! Drew Meyers December 18, - am I spent the last few years as a nomad, before recently re-settling in Seattle. Ella December 18, - am Thank you so much for this post! Brenna Holeman December 21, - pm Thanks for your comment, Ella! All the best, with whatever you pursue in life! Anyways, keep up the fantastic blog!

Brenna Holeman December 21, - pm Thank you so much, Kate! Thanks for writing this… You always have the power to make me think. Brenna Holeman December 21, - pm Thank you so much, Hayley! Honest posts like this are why I love your blog! Brenna Holeman December 21, - pm Aw, thank you very much, Lizzy! Katie December 18, - am YES! Brenna Holeman December 21, - pm They definitely can!! Thanks for your comment, Katie.

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Elina December 18, - am Thank you!!! Besides, there are no boring lives, there are just boring people. Katie Domestiphobia December 18, - pm Of course, I absolutely agree with all of this. I binge-watched it, too! And yes, I do like those English lads.

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Hannelie December 18, - pm So well written! Brenna Holeman December 21, - pm Thank you very much, I really appreciate it! Emily December 18, - pm That was beautiful. Thank you. Brenna Holeman December 21, - pm Thanks, Emily. Many of their dreams revolved around painful themes like failing or being thwarted or mocked. One woman dreamed of going home to reconcile with her husband and finding him in bed with two beautiful women in an apartment full of dead fish.

Another woman dreamed of climbing a rope up a muddy hill, only to keep sliding back down. The person control group, meanwhile, spent the two-month period of the study on a waitlist before finally sharing their dreams in a single workshop. By the end of the experiment, the women who had participated in the ongoing dream group not only had gained insight into their dreams but also ranked higher on measures of overall self-esteem.

The catharsis of sharing their secrets and the pleasure of belonging to a community translated into a confidence that stretched beyond the limits of the weekly dream group. Less formalized dream groups have cropped up as an organic bonding ritual in desperate situations. Dreams were a source of distraction in an environment sorely lacking in it; the dreaming mind was a self-reliant fount of entertainment. And the act of sharing dreams became an exercise in community-building.

The meaning of a dream was not as important as the sheer fact of talking about it. In a vacuum of outside news, prisoners looked to dreams for clues to life-or-death questions like whether their relatives were still alive and whether the war would ever end. And because dreams were thought to contain prophecies pertinent not only to the dreamer but to other prisoners and the community at large, dissecting them was a legitimate group activity. Cooking meat meant that he would be beaten during interrogation.

After liberation, many of the inmates were embarrassed to remember their one-time faith in dreams; the extreme stress of camp life had allowed them to suspend their disbelief.