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Dreams and Reality

November 18, 2009 Leave a comment Go to comments

I had a weird dream last night. I know most won’t make any attempt to suppress their yawns, but this one can rightfully claim its position in one of the most bizarre ones I have ever had. I am not going to describe it here, mostly because, unlike other times, I do not remember the details. It involved some beautiful understanding of death and relations, of attachments and destiny. I saw myself and few others in a state that was not physical, something beyond life I guess; some sort of an afterlife. It was the same world, the people were all same, but few of those people could enter my room even if the door was locked. There were visible changes in the way I interacted with everything and everyone. A dream 2 years ago had told me that the universe held many secrets, and showed how they are intimated to people after death. The one last night seemed to be a super hit sequel to that!

Earlier this year I had made a list of things to attempt during my college life. The list seems too frivolous sometimes. Of course, the often invisible barrier between frivolity and sensibility should be allowed to surface of its own accord. But that list tries to plan for excitement, which may not be correct. Hence I am thinking of scrapping it. Just thinking, I am not sure I will actually do that. May be there’s more to life.

  1. November 18, 2009 at 11:17 pm

    Season Placement

  2. neelangana
    November 18, 2009 at 11:48 pm

    Dude don’t you think the opening lines are straight away lifted from mine,eh?
    btw, weird dreams run in the family I guess.

    On a serious note though, frivolity and sensibility can be quite subjective things, plus you can’t under-estimate their tendency to overlap or inter-change regularly.
    But m glad you have understood there’s more to life. Now don’t bug me by trying to cure my life’s issues with frivolous things… In your own words “there’s more to life than that”

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