Dream of: 07 March 2018 "Unfree People"
Staring at my face in a mirror, I see that the hair of a beard is growing out on my right upper cheek, but not on my left side. More closely scrutinizing the spot where the hair is growing, I see that my face seems to be strikingly red under the beard, as if I have a skin disease there. I am unsure what the red skin portends.
Thinking that I am going to be presenting a show of some sort, I am already with other performers in the place where the show will be presented. One fellow starts singing lines which I recognize from a Bob Dylan-song, "How many roads can a man walk down before you call him a man?"
Another wry-looking, thin fellow (around 40 years old) is on the stage. His wizened face bespeaks someone who has been through much in life. He very beautifully sings out, "How many years can some people exist before they're allowed to be free?"
I specifically think of Africans as the people being referred to in this line of the song.
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