Dreams are all about the feelings, visually they might be absurd and look unbelivable but after an intense dream which you always tend to remember, you wake up feeling an emotion.
When I woke up this morning I got up remembering my dream, it felt real I was not sure what it meant, may be my consciousness was not helping me to understand as dreams are produced by our subconscious mind, which while we are awake shuts off many of our thoughts deep inside its cupboard.
As I came back from my gym and made myself a quick breakfast I was still pondering on its meaning…
During that time a funny thought came to me, I wondered, “In what language was my dream?”
I asked myself do dreams have a language?
I sat to finish my work after an hour’s work, got up and made my routine coffee before going and picking up son from school.
I took my coffee and sat on my swing, As I slowly sipped my hot coffee, still wondering what language was the dream in, I remembered the conversation, the whole dream has just one single dialogue, then suddenly I realised it was in Gujarati, (yes it has to in it cause most of time I think in that language) everyone else around were talking in hindi but the main conversation and the feel of it was in Gujarati, ok..finally everything started getting together and I understood my deeper thoughts that now felt so real.
So at the end of the day if someone asked me, “How was your day? What did you do?”
My answer would be, ” well routine send son to school, worked out, wrote a bit, picked up son, played with him, fed him and oh yes! I finally interpreted a dream I saw last night.”
Well in this logical world people would consider time waste but I feel my dream was of a different world all together and I am gald that I finally came to know what it meant. Speaking of different worlds, does an alternate universe exits? I would like to belive so.
Sharing a recipe of the easy quick bread breakfast
Recipe of vagareli bread
Recipe courtesy: my mother’s boarding school in Pondicherry.
4-5 slices of bread cut into cubes
1 small tomato finely chopped
1 medium onion finely chopped
1 green chili finely chopped
3 tsp of oil
1 tsp of jeera seeds
1 pinch hing
1 tsp red chilipowder
1/2 tsp turmeric
1/2 lemon juice
Coriander to garnish
Salt to taste
In a non stick pan heat the oil, add jeera and hing once it splutters add the onions and green chilies.
After 2 minutes add the tomatoes. Let it cook for another 2 minutes then add the red chili powder and turmeric powder, imedieatly add the bread.
Mix well, sprinkle about 1/2 tbsp of water and lemon juice. Then add salt and garnish coriander and serve hot.
This recipe we make it for breakfast or for a light evening snack. Mom use to also swns us in our tiffin is school. Its a recipe that you can cook any time and its healthier then opening noodles or soup packets.