Years ago, I had a dream. In it, a weary traveler had arrived in Antarctica and found the last library on earth, buried deep in the ice.So began my almost decade-long quest to write that story as a novel. The other night, I watched the Book of Eli, and learned that my “last-library-on-earth idea” had been…
Is sharing the same dream environment possible? Ross Walton discusses here.
Regret does not have to be a permanent condition. This is how you can accept your wrong turns and chart a new direction.
If my dad had asked me to stop doing what I loved, I probably would have, but he never did, so I didn’t stop.—My son is now seven. He’s much like I was at that age and each week he has something new he wants to be when he grows up. Six months ago he…
For some, it will be everything they’ve been taught about what “real” or “good” men do and are.
What do you do if physical constraints limit what you’re passionate about? Aaron Tang suggests an answer.
Richard Taylor urges people to embrace being in between the dream.
When Elliot was introduced to “Smorfia”, the mystical belief that dreams, numbers, and luck could be intertwined, he decided to test it out.
Jaime Zepeda wants to change how you talk about life.
Are you the type who remembers their dreams from the night before? How do you handle them?
Mickey Fuertes has shared a bed and learned the hard way. Now he shares what he has learned.
Carl Pettit feels sorry for the American insomniac, from sleepless in Seattle to the city that never sleeps.
I’m not saying this is the only life plan one could cleave to, but it’s working for me so far. I’ll let you know how the fishing goes, if I get there.