The investigation of these dreams is also advisable from another standpoint. The dreams of children are of this nature; they have a meaning, and are not bizarre. This, by the way, is a further objection to reducing dreams to a dissociation of cerebral activity in sleep, for why should such a lowering of psychical functions belong to the nature of sleep in adults, but not in children?
Reminds me of his novels 'of mice and men ' and 'the grapes of wrath' John Steinbeck has a special eye and heart for the minority in the society, he notices people who are usually ignored. Something us contemporary people can really learn from.
“You know, sometimes all you need is 20 seconds of insane courage. Just literally 20 seconds of just embarrassing bravery. And I promise you, something great will come of it.” — Matt Damon - We Bought a Zoo