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1. "All books are either dreams or swords,You can cut, or you can drug, with words."
Author: Amy Lowell
2. "I have a vision. In this vision, I see men not being distrustful of women and I see women not being distrustful of men. I see a world wherein people don't say, "I want to win, I want to control, I want to make him/her..." when talking about a potential lover. I see men believing in women and women believing in men, believing in each others' dreams and ambitions. And I have another vision. In this vision, I see women looking at other women with eyes of love and men looking at other men with eyes of acceptance. In these two visions, I see all people looking at all other people and remembering that we are all children on the inside. We all don't want to be hurt, we all don't want to be left behind and we all want to know where home is."
Author: C. JoyBell C.
3. "The only thing standing between you and your dreams is ... reluctance."
Author: Carroll Bryant
4. "I think you will be tired of tellingme & my dreams to go to hell"
Author: E.E. Cummings
5. "Anything can be real. Every imaginable thing is happening somewhere along the dimensional axis. These things happen a billion times over with exactly the same outcome and no one learns anything. Whatever a person can think, imagine, wish for, or believe has already come to pass. Dreams come true all the time, just not for the dreamers."
Author: Eoin Colfer
6. "He was asleep in a short time and he dreamed of Africa when he was a boy and the long, golden beaches and the white beaches, so white they hurt your eyes, and the high capes and the great brown mountains. He lived along that coast now every night and in his dreams he heard the surf roar and saw the native boats come riding through it. He smelled the tar and oakum of the deck as he slept and he smelled the smell of Africa that the land breeze brought at morning."
Author: Ernest Hemingway
7. "All reality is a blender where hopes and dreams are mixed with fear and despair."
Author: Holly Goldberg Sloan
8. "Be the player in your own dream life. Don't be a spectator watching your dreams every day; Let them get going!"
Author: Israelmore Ayivor
9. "All our dreams and hopes become as naught, and evil men are allowed to hang their lanterns on our tombstones. What greater folly is there?"
Author: James Lee Burke
10. "No lower can a man descend than to interpret his dreams into gold and silver"
Author: Kahlil Gibran
11. "Nobody is ever too old to dream. And dreams never grow old."
Author: L.M. Montgomery
12. "The boy held her tighter, murmured soft words to lull her to sleep."It's only a nightmare," he whispered. "The dreams will stop."He didn't understand. The dreams were the only place it was safe to use her power now, and she longed for them."
Author: Leigh Bardugo
13. "Why does the eye see a thing more clearly in dreams than the imagination when awake?"
Author: Leonardo Da Vinci
14. "Unseelie dreams make unseelie fae."
Author: Luna Lindsey
15. "Dreaming is risky. While only some dreams can put you at physical risk, all dreams require that you take an emotional risk. By their nature, dreams create a gap between your present reality and the reality you want to have, causing you to question whether you can bridge that gap. This risk alone can be so daunting for people that they prefer to leave their dreams in their childhood or buried away beneath layers of fear, doubt, and resignation. That's why dreaming bigger dreams takes courage; it means risking the possibility that your dreams will not come true."
Author: Margie Warrell
16. "Most God-ordained dreams die because we are not willing to do something that seems illogical"
Author: Mark Batterson
17. "Since it is always possible that your dream can come true, you must be very careful in choosing your dream, because the world is full with the unhappy people whose dreams are realized!"
Author: Mehmet Murat Ildan
18. "You're in all my thoughts of passion And the dreams of my delight Whatever stirs my mortal frame Will you keep it warm at night I don't know where you come from No I haven't got a clue All I know is I'm in love with someone who loves me too.She is love and her ways are high and steep She is love and I believe her when she speaks. Love and her ways are high and steep She is love and I believe, I do believe her when she speaks."
Author: Noel Gallagher
19. "The most formidable thing standing between your dreams and you ; is you"
Author: Rassool Jibraeel Snyman
20. "And eventually in that house where everyone, even the fugitive hiding in the cellar from his faceless enemies, finds his tongue cleaving dryly to the roof of his mouth, where even the sons of the house have to go into the cornfield with the rickshaw boy to joke about whores and compare the length of their members and whisper furtively about dreams of being film directors (Hanif's dream, which horrifies his dream-invading mother, who believes the cinema to be an extension of the brothel business), where life has been transmuted into grotesquery by the irruption into it of history, eventually in the murkiness of the underworld he cannot help himself, he finds his eyes straying upwards, up along delicate sandals and baggy pajamas and past loose kurta and above the dupatta, the cloth of modesty, until eyes meet eyes, and then"
Author: Salman Rushdie
21. "But dreams don't just come true, not really. They come true, and then they get bigger."
Author: Sarah Rubin
22. "The year she had run fleetly through the dewy grass under the moon- the night of wine, when dreams condensed out of thin air like the nightmilk of fantasy."
Author: Stephen King
23. "(Decadent style) is ingenious, complicated, learned, full of shades of meaning and research, always pushing further the limits of language... forcing itself to express in thought that which is most ineffable, and in form the vaguest and most fleeting contours; listening that it may translate them to the subtle confidences of the neuropath, to the avowals of aging and depraved passion, and to the singular hallucinations of the fixed idea verging on madness... In opposition to the classic style, it admits of shading, and these shadows teem and swarm with the larvae of superstitions, the haggard phantoms of insomnia, nocturnal terrors, remorse which starts and turns back at the slightest noise, monstrous dreams stayed only by impotence, obscure phantasies at which daylight would stand amazed, and all that the soul conceals of the dark, the unformed, and the vaguely horrible, in its deepest and furthest recesses."
Author: Théophile Gautier
24. "What you people who weren't yet born can never know is what it meant to sleep in cities under silent falls of snow when all night long the only sounds you heard were dogs that parked at trains that passed so far away they took a short cut through your dreams and no one even woke. It was the war that changed that. It was. After the Great War for Civilization - sleep was different everywhere..."
Author: Timothy Findley
25. "It is not a belly button. (The umbilicus serves, then withdraws, leaving but a single footprint where it stood: the navel, wrinkled and cupped, whorled and domed, blind and winking, bald and tufted, sweaty and powdered, kissed and bitten, waxed and fuzzy, bejeweled and ignored; reflecting as graphically as breasts, seeds or fetishes the omnipotent fertility in which Nature dangles her muddy feet, the navel looks in like a plugged keyhole to the center of our being, it is true, but O navel, though we salute your motionless maternity and the dreams that have gotten tangled in your lint, you are only a scar, after all; you are not it.)"
Author: Tom Robbins
26. "Always mind the distance between your dreams and your reality."
Author: Zoë Heller

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