Nope. For me, peace of mind is more important than money. Nice question by the way threekeys.
I may be strange, but I love dreams, even nightmares. They leave me some kind of interesting feelings afterward, the most beautiful dreams and the terrifying ones. I love to think about them, question what they meant. So yes, why not But maybe I haven't experienced the hardest nightmare yet?
by ALFRED FOX 16 months ago
Do Dream Catchers actually work, because my nightmares started when I bought one?
by Sumi 3 years ago
Can nightmares or bad dreams cause miscarriage?
by Jenny Pugh 6 years ago
The biggest killer of self-esteem and self-confidence is constant and consistent failures in any endeavors. Cherished dreams of becoming that person or kind of personality you want to be, doing what you really want to do and be a success in that field, wonderful plans of having those expensive...
by dana825 9 years ago
Are all dreams possible when you work for them?
by Dave Rogers 6 years ago
What causes nightmares?I have been having nightmares which has been ongoing for some time now, and I am just curious what is causing it and if there is a way to fix it. I do not watch horror movies nor had any bad experience lately.
by Claire Evans 2 years ago
Some say it is psychological and some say it is from devil, like me. Hitler was a devil worshiper and he suffered from night terrors. http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/article/11277527
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