Painted over White: A Recurring Dream

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AuthorHouse, Apr 12, 2011 - Religion - 88 pages
I experienced a recurring dream for 34 years. The dream plagued, taunted or cursed me. At least that is how I felt about it until the day that the dream became a reality and stopped me from committing a murder. On that particular day I walked the walk, saw the sights, smelled the odors, heard the sounds, understood the feelings, and learned the dark secret. My curse became my gift and my greatest comfort.

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It is hard to believe that someone could have the same dream for those many years. Katie Abrams describes her dreams in such detail that I felt I was there with her. Fabulous quick read. I couldn't put it down.

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The book should be called recurring vision. it is hard to believe this could happen. what are we supposed to do about it? Any help? I'm an atheist but this made me think.



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After 14 years I decided it was time to write about my recurring dream. It is an unusual story that can no longer be restrained within the confines of my memory. I hope this story is helpful to others who have had the same experience or who may be seeking for an answer. I shutter to think I'm alone in this strange circumstance. I live peacefully in the United States and share with my husband the simple pleasures of life.

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