More on dreams, why do we dream such things?, there’s supposedly a meaning behind every single element that your mind produces when you sleep and while many of those things are entirely explainable (like dreaming about something when you were interacting or thinking about it during that day) there are others like randomly dreaming about orcas or being inside a tree that don’t make much sense. Even after asking for an explanation to people who know about that topic it seems extremely odd.
I’ve had dreams about my teeth falling off many times and according to someone that means I’m insecure and worrying about something, but just how many things can manifest a worrying feeling?, it’s just odd.
When I was a kid I remember dreaming about falling off a bridge, or being a bear and chasing something, or having a special bracelet that apparently did absolute nothing spectacular.
I don’t really have a log but every so often I tell my dreams to someone, so she works as a reminder for some of my dreams. I consider it interesting to have a log of whatever dreams you can keep a mind on.
About the Curator: yorgos pedbra
Yorgos has been listening to music and discovering different genres/subgenres for over 20 years now, and it all truly began for him with Gorillaz, Daft Punk, and Audioslave.
Those bands marked his music taste for what he is today, it also helped him develop a very strange yet interesting personality (although he's never really been too eager to socialize constantly). He's a pretty laidback guy who's easy to talk to but can sometimes be misinterpreted because of his dry and accentuated way of speaking and thinking. He's good willed and harmless.
While he's always had trouble reading because of apprehensive problems he's always had a thing for philosophy, and philosophizing. This is also a very important thing for him when it comes to music. He is a natural overthinker and music is one of the subjects.
Nature is also a very appealing thing to him, it's what drives his feelings into the very best version of themselves.