Professor Henry Fell is so overwhelmed by fear that he’s only barely able to register (with a certain sad, slightly surreal, satisfaction) that the plane is actually perfectly level, that there isn’t a single buckle in the currents of air about him, that he’s seemingly the only person on this flight feverishly clutching his armrests. […]
Our dreams are where we sometimes live out fantasies that perhaps our conscious mind refuses to acknowledge. We are allowed to do things in our dreams that we can’t (or perhaps shouldn’t) do in real life. What if, one day, you decide that your dream life is more exciting, more stimulating than the boring, safe, routine life you lead from day to day? If you could stay, would you?