If Dreams Come Through the Air: An Invisible Brain Injury
Over twenty-five years ago, Author Daniel Gallik suffered a ruptured cerebral aneurysm and his subsequent recovery turned his life into a living tomb.
His wife began to document his struggles and he began to have odd dreams and started to summarize them in short and long paragraphs. He believes that these dreams are what life is supposed to be, although many around him find this hard to accept. He also believes people should spend less time worrying and more time dreaming of the oddities that come while we are dreaming. It is sometimes hard to stop and ponder these strange thoughts and dreams. But what if, just what if these dreams were understandable, acceptable, and reality. At least reality as he now knows it.