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The Value of Our Dreams, Part 2

Doris and Lou Roberts (1951)

CAN YOU PROVIDE AN EXAMPLE? …OF DREAM VALUE (continued from Part I)

When Dr Dris thought of the so-called real world around her, she felt her dream needed less real details and more emotional loving experiences.  Also she found, during these dream times, that she was searching deep within her soul for answers.   Dr Dris had many unusual dreams and psychic things happening around her throughout her life.   She was much too sensitive to the pain that existed all around her and often felt very weak and drained.   If there was a cold cruel world her parents believed was waiting,  she would need a strong protector.

Occasionally, Dr Dris would think she had to dismiss finding a strong ‘protector’ as a choice not worth dreaming about … no man would desire her for she was nothing special.  As a girl and a young woman, Dr Dris was too shy, too sensitive.  She thought, “Can I even begin to feel I could love anyone I didn’t really truly know.  He would have to love me so much and truly love to answer all my questions and want to teach me all that he knows.  Was there any man out there who would even want to take the time to teach me some things that most everyone else already knows?”

 

WHAT HAPPENED?  DID YOUR DREAM FIND YOU?

Yes.  Dr Dris met that man in her hometown wearing a Naval Academy cadet uniform, eloped, and had a long happy life together.  After over 30 years of marriage, they eventually separated for both Doris and Lou had an additional path to follow to complete their missions in life.  Each, in their own way, had to work out for themselves what was next after raising most of their children to adulthood.  It was one of the most difficult things Dr Dris ever had to do, but she realized they have a double path karma.   Doris often related memories filled with Lou’s intelligent and loving worldly thoughts.   He was her first Great Spiritual Teacher and she loved him always.  But he was a Vietnam Casualty and drove his family away when love became a burden he could no longer carry.   Unfortunately, he was part of and a witness to too much killing and suffering.