Informative Speech on Dreams

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To inform:
To inform my audience on dreams
Intro: Can you remember the last dream you had? Maybe you could fly or were falling down an endless dark tunnel. Perhaps you were awakened by a horrific dream in the middle of the night. If any of you are like me you experience vivid dreams. I would like to start by share one of my dream experiences with you all. About two months ago I had a dream that my boyfriend was cheating on me, now I know all you girls and guys can relate to this. I wake up in the morning with my dream still fresh on my mind and in a horrible mood. I am furious at my boyfriend, and for what reason? He hasn’t even done anything, but the thing is in my mind he has, because my dream is so vivid and real to me. So guys maybe this will help you understand that your girlfriend isn’t crazy and girls take it easy on them, it was just a dream. John Lennon once said, “I’m a dreamer, but I’m not the only one.” Indeed he’s not, because all of us experience dreams. You may have many question unanswered about dreams, like why you can’t remember all of your dream right after you wake up, or what your strange and wild dreams are really about. All of your questions can be answered once you are informed of the history of dream, the process of remembering dreams, and all the aspects of interpreting dreams. I have completed countless hours of research on dreams and what they mean, so today I hope to help answer some of your lingering questions about dreams. So let’s get stated by talking about the history of dreams.

One cannot truly understand dreams unless they know the history of dreams, so first I would like to start by informing everyone on when the study of dreams began and where dreams came from. The word dream stems from the Middle English word, dreme which means joy and music. A dream is defined in Webster’s Dictionary as a “sequence of sensations, images, thoughts, etc., passing through a sleeping person’s mind.” The website dream moods, based on the...
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