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#2 explains so much why my keyboard is garbled and broken in my dreams, and I get frustrated not being able to communicate what I need to…
#2 is a goddamned lie.
I do a lot of reading and typing in my dreams, and most times, I remember what I was doing when I wake up.
That’s actually kinda interesting Calleo! I know that I can’t. The dreams that involve me having to write something, be it a name or phone number, go through an extended period of frustration because I can’t quite get it right! It’s just “never quite legible”. This was before I knew any of the theories behind why not, so I know it’s not a “learned reaction”. I do have a friend though, who can. She is also a lucid dreamer.
At TEDxIndianapolis, John Green talks about how to inspire curiosity by explaining one of his strangest discoveries: Paper towns. He’s obsessed with paper towns, or fake towns that mapmakers use to make their maps unique (they can then sue another company for duplicating their map with the fake town). It’s a weird quirk of mapmaking, but it naturally sparks curiosity — as soon as you learn a bit, you want to know more.
Dear possible relative in the anecdotal ancestry of my past, thankyou so much for marrying someone called Cleopatra. In 1800’s England, it stood out like a beacon among all the Anns and Marys and Elizabeths and Janes of that time…