Iron Man Being Invited To Join A Group?

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I went to bed way too late last night and I ended up sleeping pretty well (deeply) without waking up to voice record my dreams, and so even though I had several clear dreams my mind ended up forgetting almost all of them from last night when I woke up except for barely part of two dreams.

Dream 1

All that I can remember of this dream from last night is that it involved traveling and one or more people (maybe a woman) and I, and I think that one or more of us arrived to an airport by airplane during the day I assume.

At least one of us spoke English with an accent like we were from somewhere in The United Kingdom, I can not remember the rest of the dream really (but I do know that a lot more things happened during the dream), except that maybe one or more of us returned to the airport to leave by airplane eventually.

But that is all that I can remember of this dream from last night.

Dream 2

All that I can remember of this dream from last night is that a government or military or corporation or some group like that had invited either an Iron Man-like robot or a man in an Iron Man-like suit like they wanted it or him to join them, and so they had an airplane fly him to an airport where they went to greet him.

A man with this group was given the job of making it or him feel welcome, and this man presented it or him with an image or an image on maybe a plaque or a statue of it or him maybe standing over the world or the people of the world or something like that; but this image or statue could easily be misinterpreted because of how it was designed.

Instead of looking welcoming the image or statue made it or him seem villainous and like he was not welcomed, the man whose job was to welcome him realized this, and tried to apologize and explain what the image or statue really meant; and so there was some embarrassment and anger toward this man from his bosses for messing up their greeting to it or him.

But I woke up as they tried to recover from this failed greeting.

After waking up I laid in bed trying to remember more of my dreams from last night but my mind had erased them it seemed, I knew that I had more dreams but it seemed that my mind just emptied them as I slept through most of my dreams during the night, and it just focused on the last few parts of my last two dreams instead.

While I was thinking in my mind I heard (in my mind like a daydream) a male journalist talking about rumors of why I could not remember most of my dreams from last night, and this is one of the rumors that I heard the male journalist say:

“Maybe it is because of a concussion, says a Power Ranger.”

The end,

-John Jr


The Road Less Traveled

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The Daily Post had a Daily Prompt today called The Road Less Traveled, and this is what it said:

Pinpoint a moment in your past where you had to make a big decision.

Write about that other alternate life that could have unfolded.

And this is my response:

Back when I was in high school during the wars I was going to possibly join the military part-time, do my recruit training during the summer break, and then finish my last year of high school before going full-time with the military.

I had a physical scheduled to see if I would qualify physically and mentally to join the military, I was going to go to it after school, but my mom cancelled it without telling me; and she stopped me from joining the military, and so I was angry when I returned home from school that day to find out that she had done this.

I eventually stopped being angry with my mom about it and I apologized, I understood why she did it, and I think that she made the correct decision at the time; but my life would definitely be a lot different now if things had went differently whether bad or neutral or good.

Here are three main possible scenarios that could have happened if my mom had not stopped me from joining the military during the wars while I was still in high school:

Negatives Scenarios

I get seriously injured and/or killed in the wars, I end up doing and supporting things that I do not believe in or agree with during and after the wars, I end up hurting people and the world instead of helping it, I end up not liking or fitting in with military life or wars, I end up with mental and emotional and physical problems because of the wars, and more.

Neutral Scenarios

My overall military experiences and experiences during the wars are a combination of negative and positive and neutral experiences that leave me more neutral, a more average military experience and more average experiences during the wars, and so there is more of a balance between the good and bad experiences leaving me feeling neither too negative nor too positive.

Positive Scenarios

I overall enjoy my military experiences and experiences during the wars, I do things that I agree with and believe in and like and that help people, and those experiences and my training leave me better prepared for life overall and better set for life overall to support myself and my family and help others.

The end,

-John Jr