Introducing Jerry Morrow, author of It Was Just A Dream But It Seemed So Real

“I would like to thank Outskirts Press great staff for all they did for me, in helping me publish my work. I’m so satisfied with the hard work and patience they had with me. I appreciate every thing your staff did to help me get my book out in the world. Tina, Brie, Jackie, and the marketing people, next year my second book will be put in your hands again. I would highly recommend Outskirts Press to any other new author that feels as helpless as I did. What a blessing you were to me!”

Jerry Morrow acknowledges, with sincere thanks and my appreciation to the person who helped me with this book, which is Dalia Hodge, and to my precious family who keep me going down that straight road, and provide a lot of love and fun in my life. They give me hope and told me to always be honest, and always do the right thing, and just do my best in whatever I do in life.

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Book description…

Dream is successions of images, ideas, emotions and sensations occurring involuntarily in the mind during certain stages of sleep. The content and purpose of dreams are not yet understood, though they have been a topic of speculation and interest throughout recorded history. The scientific study of dreams is known as sleep; psychologically as reflections of the subconscious; and spiritually as messages from God.. I been told that during the night there may be many external stimuli bombarding the senses, but the brain often interprets the stimulus and makes it a part of a dream in order to ensure continued sleep. Dream incorporation is a phenomenon whereby an actual sensation, such as environmental sounds, are incorporated into dreams, such as hearing a phone ringing in a dream while it is ringing in reality or dreaming you are having sex. The mind can, however, awaken an individual if they are in danger or if trained to respond to certain sounds, such as a baby crying. Except in the case of lucid dreaming, people dream without being aware that they are doing so. Some philosophers have concluded that what we think of as the “real world” but still it was just a dream. The significance of dreams has probably been debated since people first developed the ability to communicate. Despite this, there’s still no agreement on why we dream. It’s hard to believe that dreams have no meaning at all, though, especially when it’s so much fun to try to figure out what they’re trying to tell us. Another good thing to try when interpreting dreams is just to trust your instincts! Keep in mind that this is for entertainment purposes and shouldn’t be taken too seriously.

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