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The theme of this week’s Lesson is built around the idea of sleep and dream. Here is a study of those two words, a list of how dream is used in the lesson, and below it are articles that relate to this idea.
Word Study on SLEEP, DREAM
How dream is used in the Lesson:
Sleeping dream and waking dream
Dream of disease
Dream that matter and error are something
Dream, illusion of death
“The Deep Sleep,” Richard J. Davis, May 23, 1953, CSS
“Sickness is a Dream,” Helen Wood Bauman, Oct. 1962, CSJ
“Stay Outside the Dream,” Gay Bryant, September 1997, CSJ