Why do dreams seem to be so clear when life is so cloudy?
Because dreams know of no boundaries, while we are bound to reality. However, reality can be turned into dreams by putting your mind, which is where a dream comes from, into making the world better.
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Why Did Time Seem To Go Slower When You Were Young?
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Why do some peoples foot size seem to change throughout their life?
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Why do we seem to try to find something wrong with good people?Whether it be a politician, sports hero, religious person, company C.E.O. or a volunteer at the food bank, it seems that many, immediately try to " dig up the dirt" on someone. Is the only way we can make ourselves look good,...
by Kylyssa Shay 4 years ago
Why do people ask writers where they get their ideas from so often?I'm not even a famous author but I get asked where I get my ideas from at least once or twice a month and much more frequently when I have a piece go viral online. Famous authors seem to get that question again and again. Why...
by Stephen J Parkin 4 years ago
Why does no one seem interested in Chris Hadfield A Canadian Astronaut that commanded the ISS?Is there a racial preference bias?
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Why Does Tea In Thermos Flasks Have Funny Taste And How Do You Clear This Taste?
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