Plz help me understand my dreams?
Question: I have a lot of them tht I want to kno the meaning of but I'll only put a few: 1st dream-its raining and I hear ppls vocies but there's no one around me at all. I'm running and crying and the voices r saying its all ur fault and I saying no its not. I didn't do it. (btw-I'm running down a highway thts deserted) It goes from tht to me walking out of an abbandoned shop with my dog buddy on a lesh. its still raining. I run across the street and into the woods. I'm walking on a path thts rlly close to the edge of a cliff. its still raining. I see three girls. two r rlly young (5-7) and one looks my age. the one tht looks my age looks like my sisters best friend. they're all glowing almost like they're ghosts. I have to hold on to the trees cuz it starts to get slippery but the two young girls dont. the girl tht looks my age is holding onto a thin tree branch and telling the other girls to come back. I then realize tht buddy isn't with me. idk what happened to him. I look in the water below and the two girls r in it. the girl tht looks my age jumps into the water too. I slip but grab a branch just in time. they'r all saying come with us. X( then I woke up. 2nd dream-I'm floating in space and I look to my right. there's a boy with black hair tht looks rlly familiar but i've nvr seen him b4. I say I kno u and he says tht doesn't matter right now its time. then he grabs my arm and I see a giant red and black orb below me. we start to go towards it rlly fast and then I wake up. 3rd dream-I'm running down an empty road and I fall. the sky looks rlly gloomy btw. I look to my left I think and I see a haunted house. lol. so I stand up and walk over to it. I go up this ramp which is the entrance and then I'm crawling. I stop and say nvrmind its too dark. then I stand up and see a low broken window. I climb thro it. the haunted hous looks like an abandoned mansion on the inside. i pass a table and see me in the chair across from where I'm standing but realize its a mirror. then I go out the front door (tht i didn't kno was there) and try to shut it but the screen door wont shut. then I hear a guys voice and he says don't worry he'll(meaning the owner) take care of it. I walked over to the guy and he said why don't u stay with me until they get here. so (for some reason) I layed on top of him and ....idk how to say it....I guess half way went thro him. :( then a screen went up and some announcer guy said Danielle has joined the enemy. and the "good guys' i guess said something like oh man. lol. it was funny but weird. plz help. just answer the ones u can help on. :)
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1 - You will be tempted to do something that you don't want to do, however peer pressure will be on you, make the right decision, be careful, look out for yourself in times where everyone seems to be "with" you but are really trying to get you to do something. 2 - A boy, be careful. Black and red are colors of darkness and regret. Be very cautious with your judgments and don't go with a boy you don't trust without a friend with you. 3 - It seems that this dream will be the result if you take the wrong path with the first two dreams. Dark decisions result in dark consequences. Remember to always do the right thing even if "everyone" is doing it. YOUR judgment is the most important. The "enemy" may be a social group that you and your friends dislike but they may offer you a way to join them. Remember who your true friends are, God bless you. Your dreams are those of a teenager's worst nightmares, but remember, postpone things you are unsure about, for they say; "Time is the best councilor."
Ayn Rand said it best - "The psychological results of altruism may be observed in the fact that a great many people approach the subject of ethics by asking such questions as: “Should one risk one’s life to help a man who is: a) drowning, b) trapped in a fire, c) stepping in front of a speeding truck, d) hanging by his fingernails over an abyss?” Consider the implications of that approach. If a man accepts the ethics of altruism, he suffers the following consequences (in proportion to the degree of his acceptance): Lack of self-esteem—since his first concern in the realm of values is not how to live his life, but how to sacrifice it. Lack of respect for others—since he regards mankind as a herd of doomed beggars crying for someone’s help. A nightmare view of existence—since he believes that men are trapped in a “malevolent universe” where disasters are the constant and primary concern of their lives. And, in fact, a lethargic indifference to ethics, a hopelessly cynical amorality—since his questions involve situations which he is not likely ever to encounter, which bear no relation to the actual problems of his own life and thus leave him to live without any moral principles whatever. By elevating the issue of helping others into the central and primary issue of ethics, altruism has destroyed the concept of any authentic benevolence or good will among men. It has indoctrinated men with the idea that to value another human being is an act of selflessness, thus implying that a man can have no personal interest in others—that to value another means to sacrifice oneself—that any love, respect or admiration a man may feel for others is not and cannot be a source of his own enjoyment, but is a threat to his existence, a sacrificial blank check signed over to his loved ones. The men who accept that dichotomy but choose its other side, the ultimate products of altruism’s dehumanizing influence, are those psychopaths who do not challenge altruism’s basic premise, but proclaim their rebellion against self-sacrifice by announcing that they are totally indifferent to anything living and would not lift a finger to help a man or a dog left mangled by a hit-and-run driver (who is usually one of their own kind)." The Ethics of Emergencies,” The Virtue of Selfishness, 43 - Ayn Rand -AND- "What is the moral code of altruism? The basic principle of altruism is that man has no right to exist for his own sake, that service to others is the only justification of his existence, and that self-sacrifice is his highest moral duty, virtue and value. Do not confuse altruism with kindness, good will or respect for the rights of others. These are not primaries, but consequences, which, in fact, altruism makes impossible. The irreducible primary of altruism, the basic absolute, is self-sacrifice—which means; self-immolation, self-abnegation, self-denial, self-destruction—which means: the self as a standard of evil, the selfless as a standard of the good. Do not hide behind such superficialities as whether you should or should not give a dime to a beggar. That is not the issue. The issue is whether you do or do not have the right to exist without giving him that dime. The issue is whether you must keep buying your life, dime by dime, from any beggar who might choose to approach you. The issue is whether the need of others is the first mortgage on your life and the moral purpose of your existence. The issue is whether man is to be regarded as a sacrificial animal. Any man of self-esteem will answer: “No.” Altruism says: “Yes.” " Faith and Force: The Destroyers of the Modern World,” Philosophy: Who Needs It, 61 - Ayn Rand
1 : you feel like your alone in this world, you want somone to be there for you, maybe you feel betrayed # 2 acording to my cold reading you made that 1 up # 3 most likly, you feel pullled between too friends
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