Dream of: 26 May 1996 "Litigation"
Carolina and I were standing in a kitchen, talking with another woman. I was unsure whence the woman had come. She was speaking French, and I was trying my best to understand what she was saying. I also noted with interest that Carolina was likewise trying to understand the woman, and that Carolina seemed intently concentrating on the woman's words. I recalled that Carolina (who was born in El Salvador and whose native language is Spanish) spoke some French, and that she had studied for four months in Paris when she had been attending Southern Methodist University. Although I also spoke some French, neither Carolina nor I had been practicing the language lately, and our French had become rusty, so it was difficult for us to understand the woman.
However it was also exhilarating to be hearing the language again, and suddenly something became clear to me: I must go to Paris. Not only must I go to Paris, I must go to Paris and set up a law practice. It was an old plan that I had had many times in the past, but now I suddenly saw that it was time to make it a reality. I even knew the kind of law I would practice: litigation. I would become an expert on international lawsuits. When someone from the United States would need to sue someone in France, or vice versa, I would know how to do it.
I knew I was at a point in life where I had all the necessary means, as well as the time, to make this happen. All I had to do now was to simply do it.
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