Sunday, June 20, 2010

if i overslept, would you ask me if had dreamed?

19 comments:

Sara said...

If I tell you I've had a conection-dream with you and I'm sure it was because you made something, would you tell me you overslept?

anne artist said...

and when i awoke after making something during your dream, would i be able to recreate it in the day to day world?

Sara said...

Are there imposible things?

anne artist said...

here's a thought......perhaps in my world, the possible things are impossible. and the impossible possible.

Sara said...

Then is not everything possible?...in your world

anne artist said...

would it not be impossible to be otherwise?

but having said that......who knows.....maybe it is possible just because of the impossibility of it all!

Sara said...

Fifty-fifty...like that.

anne artist said...

the middle....where all things are possible.

or not.

Sara said...

Tal vez...who knows?

anne artist said...

perhaps the one who doesn't know.....

Sara said...

Mmm...it tastes good.

anne artist said...

that about says it all.....

Sally Ang said...

No, i will asked is it that you are too tired last night ??then again, will dreaming make you overslept ??What if is a nightmare, and you wake up in the middle of the night ??

anne artist said...

so somehow we seek to remain in a dream but awaken early from a nightmare?

Dinda said...

yes, i would ask because maybe your dream would be interesting, if it was, i would be happy to hear it.

me said...

I would ask you if the dream was worth oversleeping

anne artist said...

and if i said "yes" and that i had brought part of it back with me...to dance with the dream while being awake?

Sara said...

If you said "no", you could even bring more than a part with you; but what happens to the rest that stayed at "home" when you said "yes"?

Wouldn't bring parts of something from the nothing be an issue because of the balance of everything? Or could it be part of this nothig and make balance here without concerning there?

If you could dance with that part being the answer "yes", could you realize the consequences of bringing it or would you think you are not awake and melt that dream like if it where a new light?

anne artist said...

if i bring the dream back with me, i am wondering if i am bringing back a memory. if everything i bring with me, waking or sleeping, is a memory.

anyway, let's say i bring back the memory of a dream and dance with it. when i sleep, do i take the memory of my day to day life into the dream world and dance another dance there?

also, as i think you said, there is a quality of "nothing" that is part of the dream world and the waking one and in that nothing, i am wondering if all there is to do is dance?

as for the balance of things. i am not sure. is there an imbalance within balance?