Usage: often attributive
Etymology: Middle English dreem, from Old English drEam noise, joy, and Old Norse draumr dream; akin to Old High German troum dream
1 : a series of thoughts, images, or emotions occurring during sleep
2: an experience of waking life having the characteristics of a dream: as a : a visionary creation of the imagination
I got that out of the big book lying in the Common Room. So that got me thinking. When people say they have dreams for their future, doesn’t that really mean they have nothing more but miss matched images with no real meaning for their future outlook? Does that make sense? Or is that one of those things that only I seem to get and people yell at me for being stupid and asking stupid things...
So do people really have dreams? Or are they a illuson of time, space and energy. Ok. That's my question to all who are reading this. Are dreams real? Do you have them and what are they?
Wow. That sounded clever...