Tooth Fairy dreams
Dream a week or so ago: Looking in the mirror I noticed my two front teeth were chipped. Looking closer, the chip was rather large, almost half of my two front teeth were missing, more from the left one, which had a chunk missing from the front half of the tooth. Two fine streams of water were gushing from that missing chunk. I thought about how it occurred during the one month I don’t have insurance. Then I woke. (I looked up teeth and water on http://dreammoods.com)
If you dream that your teeth is broken or that it has been knocked out, then it means that you have misspoken about some matter. It is also refers to the consequences of your words and/or what you say about others.
To see water in your dream symbolizes your subconscious and your emotional state of mind. Water is the living essence of the psyche and the flow of life energy. It is also symbolic of spirituality, knowledge, healing and refreshment.
If I have misspoken, I am not aware of it. Drop me a line if you know of something I said which would warrant this. It wasn’t intentional if I have.
Once again, despite everything, I have a feeling that all is well and moving forward. 2018 is my pivot year. Moving on with all of my plans converging into my new life.
I have been contemplating cryptocurrency lately, things like Cyber Cash mining. How can I do that? How can I put computers to work doing just that? Only that? How much time can I put into understanding exactly how a block chain works? This FEELS important. Once again, Bitcoin is in the news, and yet, Mr. Robot keeps me wary about eCoin.
Quantification of work and effort, can it be standardized? A basic definition of a Work Unit is a start. Is there a way to quantify someone’s work? Whether it be manual labor or mental labor or creative labor. Is there a way to measure skill and quantify it? What is minimum wage based on? Supply and demand? Is this something a think tank somewhere is working on?
If this is an abundant universe, then there must be enough for everyone. We are doing it wrong, I think.