30 nov. 2010
There's no reason to fear, it's like being afraid of your nightmares when you know you're going to wake up. Climb the peak to desire, and don't be blinded by the sun. Instead of collapsing, wake up inside the dream. Kids feel this natural fear, but they get over it when they wake up the same. They don't realize that in waking life, there is also, strangely, fear. The problem is that man attributes all it can't understand to the dream and the imagination, repeating to himself that "it's just a dream" instead of "I'm still right here". Or when he eats something that says "Eat Me", he says "What did I eat?", instead of, "So then, what am I?"