What if to dream...

What if to dream is to live, finally?

What if to dream is to be awake in a parallel universe?

What if to dream is to see through the eyes of our simulators?

What if to dream is to be free?

What if to dream is to see reality?

What if to dream is to allow the unconscious to tell us the truth?

What if to dream is to reconcile with the reality that hides in waking hours?

What if my dreams are a reminder that someone else lives behind my conception of me?

What if dreaming is a chance at learning from the future?

What if dreaming is remembering the future?

What if dreaming is phenomenology’s great exploitation of the relativism of physics?

What if to dream is to live in metaphor?

What if to dream is to realize life is metaphor?

What if metaphor is the language of God and to dream is to receive God’s message, something inaccessible in the vanity of specified reality found in waking hours?

What if to dream is to let the unconscious teach the conscious?

What if to dream is to be honest?

What if dreaming is proof of free will, ways that could have been

(or ways that could be)?