A Dream in Prophesy

by Jnaha Jnaha

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A Dream in Prophesy

I was supposed to be headed toward progression but got detoured somewhere down the road. Instead I ended up travelling down memory lane, facing mental epilepsy, stuck on reruns of my childhood. Rather than fight the feeling, I pulled to the side of the road until clarity and purpose made sense.

While in park, my intuition caught wind of turbulence in the air so I began looking around in search of revelation. My vision honed in on a young soul seeking guidance toward her desired destination which could be seen up the road - a beautiful home where a family awaited her arrival. This person was stalled. She knew that she couldn’t cross the street alone because she wasn’t quite old enough, but she didn’t know who to ask and her family was too far ahead to realize that she needed help. She needed a bridge to connect her intent with the end result.

Without a signal or omen, I stepped in and helped out. She looked to me as the solution to her dilemma. “The coast is clear, you’re safe to cross”, I said.

In a fit of joy and infectious laughter, the lost girl found her rhythm and ran on down the road. I ran to catch her speed as I saw that she was nearing the end of one street in need of clearance once more. Before she could look for me, I appeared. “Go on. It’s safe to cross.”

Up ahead a young girl her same age stood in the front lawn of a beautiful home. She appeared to be waiting for someone. When she saw the stalled girl cross the street, her face lit up bright as a streetlight. Her mother exited the front door with a look of sheer disbelief. The stalled girl turned to look at me one last time before she ran into the house.

My purpose had been served. Continuing on my journey toward progression, I remembered where I was, in mental remission. In revenant form, I came back to my past to bridge the gap; healing the child in me so that the adult me could progress naturally.

JNAHA © 2018




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