[Our Dreams Are Little Stories Or Puzzles That We Must Solve To Be Free, Sebastian Said. He Was Reading Out Loud From Wilson's Notebook. My Dream Is Me Offering Me A Solution To The Conundrum Of My Life. My Dream Is Me Offering Me Something That I Need And My Responsibility To Myself Is To Try To Understand What It Means. Our Dreams Are A Thin Curtain Between Survival And Extinction.]

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