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The Future Is Ours To See

I started having these odd dreams back when I was 10 or 11 but thought nothing of them until right after 9/11 when they put the spotlights at Ground Zero and immediately I thought back to that dream where I was asking a stranger what those lights were. He said he didn't know but they were coming from New York. I have never told this to anyone and I never saw any planes or explosions or anything to make me think about terrorism. That was probably the most profound dream I've ever had, the rest are as simple as a conversation with a future friend or visiting a store/restaurant/bar. I can think of about 60 dreams that may be precognitive (unfamiliar people/places as opposed to fears or subconscious wants) that haven't "come true" yet and a lot of them involve airports, travel, etc. which might have something to do with my career. I don't go around trying to predict events, in fact I usually forget the oldest dreams because I'm caught up with the latest ones. This creates a deja vu effect. Wild isn't it?
JayWillz JayWillz 22-25 1 Response Jan 3, 2013

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That's scary and exciting at the same time. I could imagine you not having a very good night sleep though. :)

Sometimes, but most often it all really leaves me feeling open-minded. I can't help but look forward to the future and think my best days are ahead.