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    throughout his life, forcing him to daydream to find happiness.Walter Mitty feels the need to escape into his daydreams because his wife doesn’t allow him to make any decisions, his wife bosses and bullies him, forcing him to daydream to assert his manliness, and he is bored with his life, and wants to be recognized for something in life, and you can see him inserting himself in these positions throughout all of his daydreams. One big reason why Walter Mitty daydreams is because his wife doesn’t let

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    Every wonder why the mind have a tendency to go off focus and, start to think about something else than the task at hand. You start to think about where rather be than where you are or an event that happen in the past. The state of consciousness is called daydreaming. Daydreaming is “a common variation of consciousness in which attention shifts to memories and desires, away from the immediate situation” (Zimbarbo 332). Mostly everyone part take in daydreaming every day. Going without daydreaming

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    daydream

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    He is a young, healthy looking boy ready to go to a new school in his second year. He did everything his mom to told to do, he got dressed, comb his hair, and brush his teeth. He had cinnamon toast crunch for breakfast, he follows his mother to the silver Honda accord in the well neat organized garage. Honda turn on nice and smoothly that the sound that makes him elated each time he goes to his mother. He was sitting in blue buzz lightyear, booster seat; right next to him was his woody, buzz lightyear

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    August heat

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    tombstone I could show to interested customers. I wasn’t planning to choose a real name to engrave onto the tombstone; I was planning to engrave a name like ‘Scott McCall’ but I didn’t. I started to daydream while I was chiseling a name on a marble; it was a boring, hot day. When I woke up from my daydream, I looked down and saw a name I had never heard of or seen before. I don’t know how long I was daydreaming but I guess it was about 5 hours a very long time. I was just starting to put today’s date

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    Lakshmi understands that her family has no money, a bad roof, and little food this weights heavy on her young soul. She tries very hard to keep it inside and not show Ama how this makes her sad. Even with all of this Lakshmi still finds a way to daydream, her and Ama find themselves daydreaming a lot. “Instead, we linger over a luxury that costs nothing” Imagining what may be,” for Ama and her daughter it is all they have (29). All Lakshmi wants to do is help her family do better for themselves and

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    Have you ever thought about why we daydream? I myself have had series of thoughts wondering why I daydream. Daydreaming are a steam of thoughts and Images that occupy most of a person’s waking hours. The stream of consciousness personally reflects on the world and visualizes the future. Some say that daydreaming can be bad and get in the way. They think that daydreaming is just nothing but a “cloud of thoughts” in other words a waste of time. But daydreams are more or less realistic and unintentional

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    watching the movie, the character’s personality was better understood through the use of plot devices. The criteria that seems to be the building blocks to the foundation of characterization in The Importance of Being Earnest includes flashbacks and daydreams. These plot devises combined give a clearer understanding of the characters which allows the audience to see things from the character perspective that you wouldnt’t have access to in the play. Plot devices play a major role in creating character

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    Sound familiar? Sometimes you just zone out or daydream whether you are in the middle of class or riding in your car. Sometimes you just can’t control it. For example, you could be studying for a test, the next moment you are talking to a shark wearing a fedora on Mars. Without daydreaming sometimes class would just not be, class. We just have so much to do, we can’t be bored anymore. This means, that without boredom means that there will be no daydreams. Many people in the world believe that you should

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    What Dreams Are

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    What Dreams Are Dreams, we all have them at one time or another, and in one form or another. They can be daydreams, when we're awake, wishing and hoping for something more (bigger and better) than we already have, or the way we hope things should and would be. Next there is the wish, this is when there is a strong desire for a specific thing, a longing for one particular thing. Then there is the nightmare. They are the dreams that are very disturbing, full of fear and horror. They are often

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    THE SECRET LIFE OF WALTER MITTY

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    Everyone has a daydream there are just some who choose to live in the dream because it seems so much exciting than reality. This story of a man who no matter what the situation or task he is performing drifts away to dreams of fantasy and splendor. We don’t know much about Walter Mitty at first except that his wife is the keeper of his safety and keeping him on task. The story captured my interest because I can think on the times when I just go away in my mind to a place or time that gives me the

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