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Once upon a time, there was a man named Enderr, who invented many dreams. His dreams are happy, optimistic, and adventurous.
Every day, Enderr sells dreams in his store, and he is doing very well. He has many buyers.
Until one day, he met a rich, old woman named Lauren who bought one of his dreams. She got nightmares frequently and wanted to buy good dreams.
Because of that, she came back to him, complaining that his dream wasn’t good-- in fact, it was a nightmare. Now, Enderr is confronted with a problem. Why was his good dream a nightmare? Why didn’t it work with Lauren?
Because of that, the problem with Lauren, Enderr has to explore the dream himself. He found his good dream to be overtaken by her nightmare. This has never happened before.
Because of that, Enderr encountered an evil monster in Lauren’s dream and he tried to slay it. However, it kept coming back to life in the dream. In the end, Enderr was broken. There was no way he could beat the nightmare.
Until finally, Enderr realizes there is something more. He asks Lauren about her past and she admits her traumas. After unpacking the trauma with Enderr, Lauren goes to sleep and her nightmares did not overtake her good dreams! There are some things people have to face, subconsciously, and dreams is a portal to that. Enderr realizes he cannot always change dreams. There are some things you face, and grow up from.
And ever since then, Enderr decides his selling of good dreams was not the right thing to do because it encourages people to bury their subconsciousness. Enderr closes his store, and decides to pursue people having nightmares, to help them.
The moral of the story is that there are some things we need to face, not run away from. It is difficult, but you can only heal if you seek to find the root of the problem. Sometimes, we learn how to live with the bad, and we hold on to the good.
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