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It seems that our dreams are mostly nonsense, but too often we have heard of people relating dreams that seem to foretell the future or else seem to explain what is unknown to our physical senses. Take, for example, the story below (taken from The Gift by Sally Rhine Feather and Michael Schmicker):
My friend was crying almost day and night. It had been six months and she hadn't heard a word. We Would tell her, "No news is good news. Don't carry on until you hear from the government one way or another," but she couldn't stop worrying. Then on three successive nights in February 1945, I dreamed the same dream, but a little different.
On the first night, I was looking for my friend's son among the dead and the wounded. I was directed to a hospital and woke up. The second night, I was in the hospital going from bed to bed, looking for him. There were so many I couldn't finish, and woke up again. The third night, I found him, his eyes closed, uncommunicative. I was told he was all right but had had a great shock and some nervous disorder.
I related my dreams to my friend and said, "Don't worry, no limbs or organs are missing. Only he is very sick and unable to identify himself."
Four months after my dream, he was brought to the hospital in Staten Island. His mother learned that for a long time they had been unable to identify him. His identification tags had been lost and he was without clothes or memory. Months later, he begain to remember. They found out he was an officer, but was hospitalized with enlisted GIs, so his hospital was changed, and because of this change he was at last found.
Perhaps one story isn't enough to convince you of anything, but there are at least thousands of such documented phenomenon, that to ignore them would seem to me to be ignoring something of significance that is a part of our experience on this planet Earth. Dreams are not nonsense, but we think they are, because our physical senses are severely limiting and they delude us; for example, the chair you are sitting on is not solid, as proven by quantum physics, but would you believe it?
The truth is out there for those who seek.