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My views are these: As the Atheists as a whole does not see that if they destroy religions, they are going to create much bigger problems in the whole world; I have to agree with Manfraco that we need to question ourselves which side to take.>
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Dreams type two and three are two types of dreams; normal mental dreams and deep psychological dreams, they are the real dreams that we dream and they may seem strange sometimes, since as we have said we dream them when we seem to be in a deep sleep or waking up from a deep sleep; they could or would be called the dreams of our minds. These dreams seem completely detached from our present body needs, and therefore they can’t be explained easily like the bodily dreams type one, for this reason we don’t know how and why we do dream such dreams. Of course these dreams may be from long past experience that surface in our mind while we are sleeping, or they may be of a psychological nature; so while our mind is at rest from our busy waking life, our brain tries to sort things out, and tries to make sense in its own way while we are asleep. Some of these dreams usually seem to remind us of long past events, or they may be very strange in nature and make no sense at all, if one compares them to real life. They are or seem to be a bit like the dream in type-one, but they are not because we can’t find the connection to our present body needs; but there could be a connection if we look for it in our life overall, and this connection is more mental than physical, or at least it seems so because there are also those things that our body requires but we are not aware of it, and there are our own beliefs that play a part in modifying our dreams.
All these things put together may easily create a problem for our mind so to speak, and this problem must be solved somehow, and our mind solves its own problem by dreaming these strange dreams. In my own personal experience I always feel more relaxed after dreaming something, and sometimes I feel as if some chemical have been released in my brain; so, dreaming for us might be beneficial overall, even when we don’t understand why we have dreamed such dreams.