SHE IS NOT SAVED BY THE BELLIn a recurring childhood dream, my dad drives the car and I sit in the backseat next to a large box. We drive to a house in my old neighborhood. My dad impatiently tells me to run and ring the doorbell while he grabs the box from the backseat. Approaching the house, I suddenly forget how to ring a doorbell and stand there trying to figure it out. My dad looks at me like I’m stupid. He rings the doorbell and the people who answer are life-size rag dolls.
SOMETHING IS SPINNING OUT OF CONTROLI dreamed I was in a van with children going to see a tornado. As we approached, the clouds moved away and we saw two dark gray tornadoes. One was thinner and smaller than the other. I reacted calmly with curiosity and only slight worry as the van drove past. In other tornado dreams, I am disturbed by the sight but unafraid, and I want to watch it. Please decode this dream.
I dreamed I walked back home from school and saw a baby almost suffocating in the back of a car in a netted pocket. It needed help. The dad came and took the terrified baby out to give it food, but the baby neglected it. I ran and told my parents and we went back to the baby. I took it from the pocket, but the father came and took him from my hands. I said he shouldn’t almost suffocate the baby so he put it on the ground. It tried walking to me but fell when the dad almost hit him.
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