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Didge Doo thanked The Z.'s answer

a) Generally understood as a natural and involuntary act, dreams flow in distinct states of consciousness, fed by multiple categories of stimuli arising prominently in a dreamer's thoughts or experiences.

b) Studies show a larger portion of people believe their dreams reveal meaningful insights into their unconscious beliefs and desires. Value is a subjective concept, who's … Read more

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Didge Doo commented on Corey The Goofyhawk's answer
It's claimed that we all dream but that some of us don't remember them. I gotta confess I rarely remember mine. Those I do remember are usually set in a job I had during the 1960s and 1970s -- never the ones after that. But lots of people complain of odd dreams after odd bedtime … Read more
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Didge Doo thanked The Z.'s answer

By actually being happy. What Didge said, just think happy.

Confucious said-  "The more man contemplates upon good thoughts, the better will be his world, and the world at large."

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Didge Doo commented on Jaimie JT's answer
I'm going to hang in here. There have been a couple of aberrations on a couple of levels. Rooster and Angela had the kind of touch that kept it running along smoothly. DS (and her two imaginary new mods, BS and RS) seem unwilling to make the effort to do that.' It's not impossible that … Read more
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Didge Doo commented on Walt O'Reagun's answer
I agree with you on ALL counts. And yet I once had a dream that predicted the future. I was 15 or 16 and the dream was job-related. Like many dreams, although it was vivid, there were a couple of aberrations in it that spoiled the reality. Then, six weeks later, when I was in … Read more
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Didge Doo thanked Walt O'Reagun's answer

They come from our subconscious.

They mean your conscious is trying to process all the information your subconscious has absorbed.

They never predict the future.  However, your subconscious may have picked up information that SEEMS to predict the future ... Because it ties past "cause and effect" together.

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Didge Doo answered Megan goodgirl's question

Ya gotta fool yourself into thinking that you ARE happy.

I tried an experiment in my 20s (and that's nearly 60 years ago). It worked, and I've been doing it ever since.

I just kept telling myself I was happy and after a while I started to believe it. That doesn't mean that things always go … Read more

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Didge Doo answered

Let's equate the Web with the Internet (which isn't quite true actually, but will do for our purpose).

The technology that makes it possible ranges from software, to mark-up languages, to ISP technology, to search engines, to server farms, to the cloud, and on and on and on.

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Didge Doo commented on Jaimie JT's answer
Ah, sorry. My bad. Yeah, that's intolerable. Last year somebody edited and "improved" my profile pic for me. I didn't dismiss it out of hand but looked at it hard before rejecting it. I couldn't see any improvement.