Rahil

Daydreams

15 November 2014

At home before leaving America:
Perhaps daydreaming is what the mind does when it is not occupied, not motivated.

Seems to occur after experiencing life (whether real or media) and then placing oneself in a lifeless area. As if there is no outlet for creativity (dialog, sense-data), so it comes out as a dream.

Sensory deprivation experiments agree.

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