We all dream but nobody really talks about their dreams, do they?
We dream every night for hours, the dreams themselves consist of moments, hours or even lifetimes. Yet we remember them as false memories; blurred and difficult to recollect, something clearly separate from our reality.
The taunting paradox is that we experience dreams, we perceive them through experience, but deny they are an experience rooted to a specific reality. What if they were the same thing?
What comes first, the perception of reality we experience, or the act of experiencing this reality? Both equally coexist as true and false. Perception is equally biochemical and neurological in nature; our ability to remember comes from experience that in itself is based around perception. This logic produces the same outcome to both dreams and reality.