the value of alternative behaviors

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… there’s going to be a prison in this dream. Refer to your textbooks and see it indexed under ‘p’ and get the pertinent info regarding prisons in dreams. Also, there is going to be a train in this dream so be sure: read up on the meanings of trains in dreams. Third, there will be freewill components in the main character’s decision matrix. Fourth, there will be the paradox of passionate struggle vs incapability on the part of narrator, the supporting character.

We will label the main character as F (female), and her supporting character will be P (penis). So P will go to escape his love, F, from prison. They will exit the prison yard via an openness, that is: the barricade around the prison has only 3 sides, whereas the fourth side is open. F will voice concern over exiting, but P will reassure her.

There will be a busy train depot adjacent to the open-sided prison yard. There will be a couple of prison guards on duty at the train depot. P and F will have some anxiety regarding their brazen act. There will be a train arriving that will be heading to a hometown, miles away. No guards notice F. No one notices F. Everyone is going about their business.

P will head to the ticket window, with F, holding her hand in tow. P will struggle with the confusing and complicated procedures involved in the ticket purchasing procedure … this is the incapability feature of his paradox. During his attention distraction, F will meander away from P and the crowd at the ticket window and voluntarily walk over to a prison guard, and turn herself in. P will see her in cuffs, being returned to prison.




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