Earlier this week, I went back to school. Again.
I walked up a flight of stairs that began on the outside of the building. Then I inside the old cafeteria (I guess I walked through the walls magically) near the ceiling. Then I walked more stairs and out to the main hall. I walked through, past the library, where I ended up talking to some old classmates.
Why do I keep ending up back in school?
Back in the 1990s, there was this Seattle band. Not them, or them either. Queensryche only had two hit songs, “Jet City Woman” and “Silent Lucidity.” The last one stands out because it’s a song comforting a child after a dream. And when you read the lyrics, it is a map for what a dream can do and where it can take you.
If you open your mind for me
You won’t rely on open eyes to see
The walls you built within
Come tumbling down, and a new world will begin
What new world is beginning for me in these dreams? Where am I going?