Dream Quotes

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You look at people and think they live completely different lives than you because of the way they look, dress, eat. How much they travel, what they do for a living, who their friends are, how much money they have...but the truth is we all have hopes, dreams, aspirations, love, opportunities. We all know happiness and we all know struggle. Don't pre-judge a person because at heart, most of us are the same and we are all just trying to live our lives!
[Dream] [Markesa Yeager]

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That's why they call it the American Dream, because you have to be asleep to believe it.
[Funny] [Dream] [Wealth] [George Carlin]

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In my dream I know I am falling. But there is no up or down, no walls or sides or ceilings, just the sensation of cold and darkness everywhere. I am so scared I could scream. But when I open my mouth, nothing happens. And I wonder if you fall forever and never touch down, is it really still falling? I think I will fall forever.
[Dreams] [Death] [Dream] [Lauren Oliver] [Falling] [Nightmare]

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If you're trapped in the dream of the other, you're fucked.
[Funny] [Dream] [Other] [Fucked Up] [Gilles Deleuze]

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Am I a mindless fool? My life is a fragment, a disconnected dream that has no continuity. I am so tired of senselessness. I am tired of the music that my feelings sing, the dream music. Ross David Burke (When the Music's Over)
[Dream] [Mental Illness] [Schizophrenia] [Discontinuity]

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I've changed my ways a little, I cannot now Run with you in the evenings along the shore, Except in a kind of dream, and you, if you dream a moment, You see me there.
[Death] [Time] [Dream] [Memory] [Dogs] [Robinson Jeffers] [Passage]

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Everybody will get their wants, when they heartily want.
[Heart] [Dream] [Santosh Kalwar] [Wanting] [Wants]

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Well, I was living it, but a shared dream half-lived is a hollow thing
[Dream] [Hollow] [Jacqueline Carey]

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Myths are public dreams, dreams are private myths. We must be willing to get rid of the life we planned, so as to have the life that is waiting for us. I have bought this wonderful machine ? a computer ... it seems to me to be an Old Testament god, with a lot of rules and no mercy.
[Dream] [Myth] [Computer] [Joseph Campbell]

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Reality is just a dream dreamed by everyone
[Inspirational] [Dream] [Reality] [Fola]

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Those who look behind will never see beyond.
[Future] [Dream] [Destiny] [Purpose] [Vision] [Kingdom Of God] [Sherry K. White]

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We both wondered whether these contradictions that one can't avoid if one begins to think of time and space may not really be proofs that the whole of life is a dream, and the moon and stars bits of nightmare.
[Time] [Dream] [Horror] [Reality] [Stars] [Space] [Moon] [Arthur Machen]

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When we are dreaming alone it is only a dream. When we are dreaming with others, it is the beginning of reality.
[Dream] [Hélder Câmara]

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Poetry is a sort of truancy, a dream within the dream of life, a wild flower planted among our wheat.
[Art] [Poetry] [Dream] [Michael Joseph Oakeshott]

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My life will be what I make it," he told her. "That is true for all of us all the time. We cannot know what the future will bring or how the events of the future will make us feel. We cannot even plan and feel any certainty that our most carefully contrived plans will be put into effect. Could I have predicted what happened to me in the Peninsula? Could you have predicted what happened to you in Cornwall? But those things happened to us nevertheless. And they changed our plans and our dreams so radically that we both might have been excused for giving up, for never planning or dreaming again, for never living again. That too is a choice we all have to make.
[Life] [Change] [Dream] [Mary Balogh]

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Murder is a dream because lack is the center of both.
[Dream] [Murder] [Center] [Kathy Acker] [Lack]

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The true measure of a man is not what he dreams, but what he aspires to be; a dream is nothing without action. Whether one fails or succeeds is irrelevant; all that matters is that there was motion in his life. That alone affects the world.
[Life] [Failure] [Success] [Dream] [Action] [Alone] [Mike Norton] [Aspiration] [Fail] [Motion] [Measure] [Succeed] [Aspire]

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There have been times I have thought some dreams should never be dreamt, but I would hate a world where that was true.
[Dreams] [Dream] [City] [Chicago] [Summer] [Contemporary Fiction] [Downtown] [Lake] [Daniel Amory] [Contemporary Literarture]

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pp.440-441: Ben wished the world was organized by the Dewey Decimal system. That way you?d be able to find whatever you were looking for, like the meaning of your dream, or your dad. pp.440-441
[Dream] [Finding] [Brian Selznick] [Dewey Decimal]

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The heartbeat is an irregular bell tolling; the footprints create ammonite patterns in the snow; they spiral in serpentine undulations, toward a complicated centre of mass, forming a beautifully inscribed hieroglyph, the earth acting as papyrus. It?s all signs and symbols; reading the emotions of another is an art, and tonight she lacks the imagination needed in order to be creative. Bewitching to behold, wings tucked neatly into the back of a loose summer jacket; his bare feet, dusky and dusty, tumble languidly toward her, over the soft crumbling ground. Dawn finds her dreams more beautiful to inhabit than reality. To her it becomes more real than the bed sheets she?s pulling close to her chest. As he approaches, she continues to watch the invocation of her desire. Wherever he steps the snow flees, it?s as if spring flowers from the very tips of his toes. She holds her breath as he slips his hand into hers, leading her away from the top of the hill on which they are standing. They don?t follow the path, instead they tread boldly over willow roots, twigs and fern leaves. Looking upwards, in order to see the colour of the sky, Dawn crosses her fingers for a shade of blue.
[Dreams] [Dream] [Dawn] [Magic Realism] [Curtis Ackie]