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Tuesday, December 20. 2005
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12-9-05: To Jerusalem, and not yet back.
One, prior to the talk, tells me that her name is very Polish,
Now, the trick to finding the Lishkat Hagiyus, the army recruitment
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So what does it mean when one has literally ceased to dream? Is one over-medicated, merely forgetful with middleage, or beyond hope? I used to dream vividly, memorably. Now the river Styx was no more opaque than my present nights.
If you write you may be overmedicated, this suggests taht you are taking medication. But to answer your question, one would have to know more. I don't practice over the net. But overmedication can be aproblem.
Was speaking metaphorically from my oar in the galley. What of daydreams and hopeful visions, so plentiful in youth,so fleeting as we age. Enjoy your journal because you are living your dream. And I mean that as a compliment. Easy for the rest of us to overmedicate ourselves with obsessive work,responsibilities and those seductive tech toys
But life without a dream and nighttime without dreams--turns one into something like a ring-wraith.