Archives For Dreams

There’s Always Hope©

Copyright 2013

By Felina Silver Robinson

Devour and conquer your fears, realize your dreams, maintain hope for tomorrow

katavrochthísei kai symfo̱nó̱ fóvous sas, pragmatopoií̱sete ta óneirá sas, na diati̱rí̱sei ti̱n elpída gia to áv̱rio

dévorer et conclure vos peurs, réaliser vos rêves, d’entretenir l’espoir pour demain

devorar y concurrir a sus miedos, realizar sus sueños, mantener la esperanza del mañana

Tūn chī tóngyì nǐ de kǒngjù, shíxiàn nǐ de mèngxiǎng, bǎochí xīwàng de míngtiān


Copyright 2015

By Felina Silver Robinson


Some fade quickly

Some remain crystal clear

Some bring me to tears

While others bring me cheer

Sometimes I lay happily dreaming

So desperately wanting more than I have

Wishing for something special

To carry me through the night

Comfort seems hard to come by

Especially when I’m alone

The darkness fills my room

In the absence of a moon

Where the stars have already departed

The house feels alive and restless

Just as I do

Again I lay back and close my eyes

Waiting for my dreams to take over

Making memories

That I can hold onto

For Life

What Your Dreams Are Trying To Tell You

What your dreams are really trying to tell you.

Author: 15 common dreams and what they mean

World Peace

world peace

The end of poverty


The end of homelessness

The end of racism


The end of death and dying

The end of un-involved parents

The end of violence


The end discrimination

m and m colors

True equal rights for all

native american equal rights people equal rights

These are all the things I wish for

by Felina Silver Robinson

October 28, 2013


09/10/2013 — Leave a comment

I am so interested in dreams. I’m always curious about what makes us have certain dreams over other kinds of dreams. I wish their were a lot more current studies on dreams. Many of them are older. I’m sharing four different articles that I found of interest, hope you enjoy.

1) 10 Common Dreams And Why We Have Them

2) What is a dream? How is the word “dream” defined?

3) How to Lucid Dream

4) Could ‘sleep workouts’ make you run faster? Just DREAMING about training can make you perform better, experts say

The 20 big questions in science