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I say "we" because it concerns all of mankind.


That includes you. You who dreams of winning the next World Cup while staring agape at the boring screen sitting on your boring desk. And you, who thinks of how to plan the next world annihilation while slumping in the back of a class.

And you who's reading this passage of text, you are part of Club Daydream too.


What did you just say?!


There are times when you hear people saying the most atrocious things. But then you realize that you just misheard one word for another.


write such instances here!


draw a map of the places you would want to visit if travel were free.


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and eat the food you’ve daydreamt about today. Ensure that this page eats too. Put stains, rub some food, paste something; document the food of your daydream here.


Do this when do this if you’re traveling by public transport, or are stuck in a traffic jam.

Put an alarm on your phone to ring in the next 15 minutes. Pull out your headphones and play some good music.


Clear the space in your head to observe everything around you: the people, their actions, the vehicles, their movement, everything.


use this page when your alarm buzzes through your reverie. what were you thinking about? document your musings as doodles, writings, anything.


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“The average person talks at about 225 words per minute, but we can listen at up to 500 words per minute.�


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Which means we may have heard about a million words in a day, whether intentionally or not.


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write the words spoken around you today that interest you here. use this space to draw them out.


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A rhyme scheme is used for poetry, where the last word of every verse creates a certain rhyme across the poem. The simplest rhyme scheme is the classic a-b-a-b and it can get as complex as you would want it to be.

There was an Old Man with a beard, Who said, 'It is just as I feared! Two Owls and a Hen, Four Larks and a Wren, Have all built their nests in my beard!' -From "Book of Nonsense" by Edward Lear

The people along the sand All turn and look one way. They turn their back on the land. They look at the sea all day. As long as it takes to pass A ship keeps raising its hull; The wetter ground like glass Reflects a standing gull. -“Neither Out Far nor in Deep� by Robert Frost


One old silent pond... A frog jumps into the pond, splash! Silence again. -A haiku by Basho Matsuo

Into my heart on air that kills From yon far country blows: What are those blue remembered hills, What spires, what farms are those? That is the land of lost content, I see it shining plain, The happy highways where I went And cannot come again. -"Into my heart on air that kills" by A.E. Housman


catch hold of the next daydream you have, and try expressing it as a poem. don’t stress it, but must write freely and without pressure.


blank gateway sheet for unreal element daydream intro


what is by far the most unreal element from your daydreams?


what does this remind you of?


you are looking at

Pepe the frog

T ' N DO K O LO AT ! M I H


FORGET THIS BOOK

but flip to the next page at the end of today.


how many times did Pepe pay a visit to your world today? list the situations here.


SERVICE & MAINTENANCE manual for CB 77 Super Hawk (1968)

The motorcycle is a perfect subject for it since the motorcycle itself was invented by classic minds. A motorcycle may be divided for purposes of classical rational analysis by means of its component assemblies and by means of its functions. If divided by means of its component assemblies, its most basic division is into a power assembly and a running assembly. The power assembly may be divided into the engine and the power-delivery system. The engine will be taken up first. The engine consists of a housing containing a power train, a fuel-air system, an ignition system, a feedback system and a lubrication system. The power train consists of cylinders, pistons, connecting rods, a crankshaft and a flywheel. The fuel-air system components, which are part of the engine, consist of a gas tank and filter, an air cleaner, a carburetor, valves and exhaust pipes. The ignition system consists of an alternator, a rectifier, a battery, a highvoltage coil and spark plugs. The feedback system consists of a cam chain, a camshaft, tappets and a distributor. The lubrication system consists of an oil pump and channels throughout the housing for distribution of the oil. The power-delivery system accompanying the engine consists of a clutch, a transmission and a chain. The supporting assembly accompanying the power assembly consists of a frame, including foot pegs, seat and fenders;


a steering assembly; front and rear shock absorbers; wheels; control levers and cables; lights and horn; and speed and mileage indicators. That’s a motorcycle divided according to its components. To know what the components are for, a division according to functions is necessary: A motorcycle may be divided into normal running functions and special, operator-controlled functions. Normal running functions may be divided into functions during the intake cycle, functions during the compression cycle, functions during the power cycle and functions during the exhaust cycle. Are you daydreaming yet? Have you really been paying attention to this passage of text? Cupcake ipsum dolor sit amet soufflé brownie cake. Dragée soufflé tart chupa chups jujubes. Ice cream danish sugar plum cake. Bear claw marzipan toffee cake jujubes tiramisu halvah dragée. Wafer tart cotton candy. Dessert gingerbread dragée croissant gingerbread liquorice soufflé tiramisu gingerbread. Donut cupcake lollipop. Bonbon chocolate cake cupcake. Sesame snaps apple pie muffin.Powder jujubes powder chocolate sweet cake. Caramels cheesecake chocolate cake pastry chocolate jelly-o marzipan wafer powder. Are you daydreaming yet? Have you really been paying attention to this passage of text? Cupcake ipsum dolor sit amet soufflé brownie cake. Dragée soufflé tart chupa chups jujubes. Bear claw marzipan toffee cake jujubes tiramisu halvah dragée. Dessert gingerbread dragée croissant gingerbread liquorice soufflé tiramisu gingerbread. Donut cupcake lollipop. Bonbon chocolate cake cupcake. Sesame snaps apple pie muffin. Powder jujubes powder chocolate sweet cake. Caramels cheesecake chocolate cake pastry chocodrops dragée muffin candy jelly biscuit cake jelly lollipop pie. If you are reading this line, you haven’t begun daydreaming yet.


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place a childhood picture of yours here, take a white pen and doodle one of your childhood daydreams around, stuff from when you would play.


Let go of your big bad grey world and draw like a child. ( Don't worry about how it would turn out. you're perfect. )


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what does your world look like?


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Do you think there are certain words that need to exist? Some words just sound right for a certain emotion. make them up! freethinking is encouraged.


cover your hands (or arms) with glue. let it dry. place your glue skin on this page here as a souvenir.


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let this book know about your daydream when this page/book is subjected to the action that occurred in your daydream.


i miss my metro station sometimes


because of my daydreams.........................................................................................


write a sad daydream that affected you too much, made you cry, or ruined your mood on the following page.


DESTROY THIS PAGE! rip it apart, burn this page, do anything that would erase its existence.


Go take a walk. Take this book along, and journal all your thoughts here.


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The word “silly” means “having or showing a lack of common sense or judgement; absurd and foolish”.


Such silly thoughts do make up for almost half the world of thoughts. But they still exist, don’t they? State your silly daydreams here. Describe them as vividly as possible. The use of crayons is advised.


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everyone has fantasies that well, can make one’s soul cringe. play the Bingo and ruin a letter every time you find yourself in an embarrassing daydream.

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how would you save the world?


keep colors and this page handy the next time you attend something boring.


without looking at the paper, keep drawing with the colors of your choice.


pressure* Daydreams don't work under

* unless you're daydreaming to escape pressure.

This book aims to promote daydreaming as a way to ideate creatively; basically providing you a space sans stress where the best ideas could spark into life. But this may not work for situations where the input from you is expected at a pace faster than the usual. However, keep in mind that daydreaming is still a wonderful way to generate ideas, it has the potential to surprise you and everyone around you. This book is a mere aid into making you realise this power of daydreaming. You might as well be daydreaming about this book.

the ideas from daydreams would only be utilised when they're shared around. send the following postcards to anyone and everyone; let them stir a discussion about daydreams. you even get to make your own postcards, using 100% original daydreams.


- James Williams

in my thoughts.

i am

i am not


The true power of daydreams lies in what they consist of: numerous ideas and inspirations nestled into a web of thoughts and fantasies.


MAKE YOUR OWN DAYDREAMCARD


MAKE YOUR OWN DAYDREAMCARD


MAKE YOUR OWN DAYDREAMCARD


MAKE YOUR OWN DAYDREAMCARD


Stop Doing Start Daydreaming  

An activity book designed to encourage daydreaming as a way of creative problem solving.

Stop Doing Start Daydreaming  

An activity book designed to encourage daydreaming as a way of creative problem solving.

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