I learned something from a bad dream

What I learned from having a bad dream

Posted: 8. November 2019 by Ramona

This week I had a really bad dream and yesterday I learned something from this bad dream when I took the train home.

Let me tell you how all of this went down. It was Tuesday night and I dreamt that I was in a world where people were getting drastic plastic surgery that not only changed completely the way they looked but also their personally, their soul and their mind. It was as if they got plastic surgery on their mind. It was painful and almost killed those people.

Now here is the thing. I have never seen a movie, read a book or anything remotely having to do with this and I have no clue where this is coming from.

In my dream all I wanted to do was to safe these people.

I woke up the next morning with pain in my back from being so tense. All I knew was that I had to make a conscious decision to not let this influence my day.

Yesterday I was taking the train home and watched a few girls in their teens all styled up, laughing, joking and being teenage girls. You could also see their insecurities and feelings that puberty and today’s society can bring up.

As I sat there watching these girls my heart started to break because maybe some of them will get changes on their face and body through plastic surgery and I am not the judge of that.

But I remembered my dream and

Here is what I learned from this bad dream

  • I have a responsibly for the generation of girls to come after me
  • I have to speak life to the people and especially women around me telling them how beautiful they are from the inside out
  • I have to compliment often and not hold back on them
  • I have to be kind and love deeply

What I learned from this bad dream was that I have a responsibly in the society we live in and for me personally that always means pointing the people around me to the extravagant, unconditional love of God.

I just want to encourage you to not just live for yourself, think about yourself and compare yourself. I want to encourage you to invest into others, to mentor the next generation, to lift, to build, to help and together we can make this world a better place.

Much love

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