Psychology suggests that dreams are expressions of what is in our sub-conscious. My personal definition of dreams is: “Dreams are a reminder of previous events, an extension of present happenings, a preparation of things that are to come and an experience of things that will never happen” (MALT, 2005).
I once read in an article, ‘Never laugh at somebody else’s dream’. Well, that’s exactly what I will ask of you now.
This morning, I woke up with two questions in my mind. Both are related to my dream.
“I have a Ziplock bag with some white worms and black worms. The black worms love to eat white worms. To discourage the black worms from preying on the white worms, I put three red chilli peppers in the bag. This way, the black worms will be frightened of the hot chillies. Then I put the bag of worms and chillies in my black handbag. After about five minutes, I checked the Ziplock bag and to my amazement, I only found half of a red chilli!”
Gargoyle in St. Mary’s Church, Oxford (Feb. 2005)
1. Is the survivor, who ate all the white and black worms and the two and half red chillies, a white or black worm?
2. Where is the survivor?
a.) walking inside my handbag
b.) evaporated in the air
c.) the half red chilli pepper ate it
d.) a bird, like this below, ate it
e.) forget about it.. it is only a dream.
So, what do you think?