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What happens when the owner of a dream dies?

Does the dream die and seize to exist or it’s pass down to the next generation through a miraculous mean?


And if it’s passed down to the next generation, won’t that mean that our dreams aren’t ours in the first place? 

Does that also not mean that the original dreamer is in a way immortalized in us?

If this is really the case then is there anything we actually own as individuals in this world? 

Does everything we own belong to us? Don’t we rather owe the original dreamers for their dreams bestowed on us by Mother Nature? 


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