Understanding this 'phrase'?

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Understanding this 'phrase'?

Postby crazydreamer » 02 Feb 2012 02:51

In a normal dream (non lucid), an elderly man told me:

"I would have gone to a room with room and fail twice than have to go to a room with no room."

I remembered this once I had awoken suddenly in the middle of the night around 2AM. In the dream I saw myself in a rowboat reading a book. Then a larger boat sailed past me and sunk my boat but it didn't completely submerge, almost as if the boat was buoyant even though it was filled with water. The boat and I quickly rose to the surface. The last thing I remembered in the dream was the old man saying the phrase.

I'm not sure if this is just random blabber from my subconscious, but if you can help deciphering it I would be grateful.

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Re: Understanding this 'phrase'?

Postby Peter » 02 Feb 2012 06:01

from one that does not try to translate dreams - here we go

I would rather try, try and fail than not try How does that relate to you and your life...
Who are you I asked, the reply "dont be silly, we are your daughers" many years before they were born

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