"Je suis un rêveur. Je dois rêver et atteindre les étoiles, et si je manque une étoile puis je prends une poignée de nuages."
Many cultures attribute prophetic significance to dreams (an example of this can be found in the story of Joseph in the book of Genesis). Others are more skeptical. Aristotle wrote a treatise on dreams 2400 years ago in which he stated that "most so-called prophetic dreams should be classified as coincidences" On Prophesying by Dreams. Aristotle, translated by J. I. Beare,
My dreams mirror me. Most of the time they look like this:
Sometimes they reflect my sadness over the loss of a quality Network Television program, like Pan Am -late of ABC:
Or, a dream (s) may have much to do with cautionary tales themed accordingly in devotional readings before night-night.
- Translation: I want to be seen here in my simple, natural, ordinary fashion, without straining or artifice; for it is myself that I portray...I am myself the matter of my book.