The most interesting part of the human brain is its ability to combine scenes and memories from our daily lives into an alternative reality while we sleep. In dreams we solve problems, face fears and live out ideas that consume our subconscious; our waking reality permeates the dreamscape, mixing dreams with life until the two seem inseparable. 
Yet we only remember dreams as mere accelerations of waking reality -- moments packed with action imposed on moments of serene stillness.
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