All that I can remember of this dream is that some people, maybe scientists, were doing a scientific research experiment / study, maybe sociology, where they had some people (test subjects) interact / talk to each other, and then they interviewed each of them (their test subjects) separately.
During the interviews they asked the people (test subjects) various questions about what they thought about the other person they had talked with & their interaction with them et cetera, and then they compared what each person thought to see how accurate they were in their thoughts / opinions / assumptions / guesses / et cetera.
All that I can remember of this dream is that a bad storm, maybe a hurricane, either was going to hit a city or it did hit a city, I am not sure which; and I can not remember which city I was in.
Because of this I had to communicate either by phone or online by audio / maybe video instead of in person with maybe a medical facility or a business, and I was communicating with at least two men with light-color skin and Mona Wales.
Once again I did not get enough sleep last night but I got more sleep than the previous night, and once again I remembered to set my intention to lucid dream and I set a stronger intention than last time thanks to Lost Truth once again reminding me to set my intention to lucid dream.
I was trying to get more sleep last night so each time that I woke up remembering a dream I would go back to sleep without voice recording it, and so now I barely remember part of my last dream which was probably partly inspired by a Netflix television show that I am watching called Stranger Things and there is a character in that show named Eleven (El) who has powers who probably inspired the last part of the dream.
While I was at work today I remember a few more vague details of this dream, this dream possibly took place during the morning and afternoon and evening and maybe night, but I can not remember.
All that I can remember of this dream from last night is that it took place in a fictional city and a fictional college was a major part of the dream, and I remember traveling around parts of the city and maybe outside the city (roads in the countryside maybe) and parts of the college campus (maybe on foot, maybe on bicycle, and maybe by automobile but I can not remember).
Maybe I was a student at the college and maybe I went to some classes and maybe I did some other things at the college but I can not remember, but I do think that I probably met some students at the college.
I think that this dream was pretty long so that and the fact that I kept waking up and going back to sleep without voice recording my dreams is probably why I can not remember more of the details of this dream.
The city and college is this dream was probably like a city and college that I have dreamed of before in the past, but I can not remember.
At the very end of the dream I think that a woman with light-color skin was the main character, I was probably not in the dream now, but I can not remember if I was the woman or not.
I think that the woman was in a building or house with some men, it seemed that she had some authority over the men (maybe she was their boss or something, but I am not sure), and I remember the woman talking with them and maybe giving them some orders or something like that.
The men then went to another part of the building or house, and then the woman decided to try to communicate with them using telepathy to telepathically communicate with them and give them orders (commands).
I remember the woman trying to use telepathy, but I can not remember if she was successfully because I woke up as she was talking with them in person to see if it had worked.
The Daily Post had a Daily Prompt today called Counting Voices, and this is what it said:
A lively group discussion, an intimate tête-à-tête, an inner monologue — in your view, when it comes to a good conversation, what’s the ideal number of people?
And this is my response:
On average I think that the ideal number of people for a conversation is probably two people (except when it comes to internal monologues, and disputes that need a neutral third-party), communication is already complicated enough, and more people can complicate things even more; and with two people you can stay more focused, and it makes things easier.