How to Interpret Dreams: The Lean Handsome Men Gay Senator
The Handsome Gay Senator
This article comes to you from a dream I had that I can actually recall! I decided to write about my dream before the memory of it fades into oblivion. More importantly, I think I learned a valuable lesson from it in human relationships as well.
Camera -- Lights -- Action!
The dream was very vivid, in color, just like a movie! The time of day was late evening, but it was dark outside.
I parked my car on a lonely side street and looked behind me as I walked. I saw who I thought was a "thug" (for lack of a better word), almost on my heels.
I quickly dismissed the danger and followed a precaution that I read which states always walk like you have a purpose.
So I quickly began walking across the paved, wet- looking black road to a strange building -- without looking back.
Inside, the building reminded me of a small town drug store, or ma and pop shop. I recall seeing a few people sitting on benches inside of the store. They were just sitting there, doing nothing.
I looked to my left and saw two handsome men talkiing to each other while standing in front of a magazine stand inside of the store. Then all of a sudden I realized that they were gay! The strange thing about this dream sequence is that the two handsome men were dressed in long coats with Dick Tracy like hats on! In my mind, for some reason, I knew they were Senators. (I know this does not mesh -- my dream mind came to that conclusion!)
It was like I turned into someone else, unlike myself at that point. I walked over to the people sitting on the bench -- who were not even paying me any attention, and I leaned down and put my face very close to their faces and screamed out loud. "How will the human species continue if we keep having gay people!" "How will the human species continue if we keep having gay people!"
I kept yelling out this sentence over and over again, as I leaned down in front of the people's faces -- who continued to just look straight ahead, as if I was not there. They kept looking in front of them, and did not seem to even notice that I was practically in their faces!
I then walked out of the drug store to where I parked my car. But lo and behold, the car was not there!
I kept looking up and down the street, while standing in front of the drug store. I looked across the paved wet black road where I had parked my car earlier -- searching for my car -- but it was no where in sight. My first thought was that it was stolen!
I went back into the store.
I remember next that one of the handsome gay men came over to me and without us even talking, I started following him.
He went down a long dark hall, and I followed. Only he and I were walking down the long dark hall.
In the next scene we were climbing up some wooden, creaky stairs. We did not say anything to each other. I just kept following him.
At last we reached our destination which was the top of a light-house looking wooden structure. I stood on the top of the structure, with him beside me, and I looked down to the street below.
There it was -- my car that I initially thought had been stolen!
Then I woke up!
I generally like to just get a good night's sleep, without trying to rekindle dreams I may have experienced during the night.
I think what may have triggered this dream was that earlier during the day, I was watching a show where there was a discussion on a young man who was engaged and ready to be married before he was in a horrendous accident! He incurred a brain injury as a result of the accident. When he was healed, all of a sudden he realized that he was gay! He quit his normal job, became a hairdresser and changed his mannerisms completely,
I'm not sure if watching this show spurred my dream, but in a way, I'm glad I had this dream. I consider myself to be very open-minded, so it was surprising to me that I even dreamed about gay men.
No one should be judged on their sexual preferences. They are human beings first and foremost! In my dream none of the "normal" people helped me.
My help came from the Gay Senator!
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