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In our dreams we fly. We find and loose ourselves. our minds recreate us.
I was on a high cliff. I was looking down and away thinking about all the thing I needed to do - I needed to find my way to Mysteria and to get there as fast as I could. The best way to do that was flying. But I had never been able to fly. I had never found it inside myself. So, I was despaired. All my efforts had come to this point where I either fly or die.
I thought to myself: "There is no way, I am just doing my best. If I can't get in time, I'll have to deal with it". So I turned my back to the cliff and started slowly to get down to the ground. It wasn't an easy road, neither comfortable. I have always hated the way down - it is more difficult than getting up and is so depressing to move down.
Once I hit the ground I felt better. "Here, half way there!" But then with a small strike of panic I realized that this wasn't true - I was still away from Mysteria and my problems weren't less than before. So, I rushed to continue and soon entered the forest. It was, of course, not an ordinary forest. It was more green than anyone has imagined - everything under the leaves was dressed in green like it had its own light.
While walking through the forest I suddenly found myself in the open, on a meadow. It was covered with high grass and looked peaceful enough. I walked in the open, worried a bit, but had no choice - I was in a rush.
Soon realized that I wasn't in the forest anymore, but in field. That meant I was even more away from Mysteria than I thought. So I stared running. I realized there wasn't a way in the world to get in time by running, but what else could I have done? I ran with all I had. And suddenly I felt lighter. I jumped from another hill and stayed a little longer in the air. I started running even faster and on the next hill I fell twice more slowly. And on the next. And the next...
I opened my arms and flew to Mysteria. I was going to get on time.