A man in the US has been writing letters to his friend for a week, about the same question for a week, but he never received a reply

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The first thing Dr. Evan Blakely did, was to send a question to his friend,
the “Dream Guru”, Dr. Evan Blakely,

On his Facebook page, he typed:

“I need to know, what’s the difference between a dream, a lucid dream and a
nightmare?”

Dr. Evan Blakely, had been writing letters to his dear friend, Dr. Evan Blakely,
about the same question for a week, but he never received a reply. At the
end of his writing letter, a message from Dr. Evan Blakely was waiting:

“It’s all right, I will answer you soon.”

A month passes and Dr. Evan Blakely goes back to Dr. Evan Blakely’s original
message: “It’s all right, I will answer you soon.”

A month passes and Dr. Evan Blakely still writes the same e-mail, but now he
will not receive a reply: “It’s all right, I will answer you soon.”

Another month passes and Dr. Evan Blakely still writes the same e-mail, but now
he does get a reply:

“Hello, Evan, it’s me. Just wanted to let you know I am currently working on a new book and I wanted to make sure you received my latest e-mail. I am going to be out of town so I don’t have time right now for you but I will be posting my book once I return. The book is called “What Dreams Mean to Me” and it’s available on amazon.com and at my website. Please feel free to keep looking around. I hope you have a great day.”

A month passes and Dr. Evan Blakely still writes the same e-mail, but now he
does get a reply:

“Hello, Evan, it’s me. Just wanted to let you know I am currently working on a new book and I wanted to make sure you received my latest e-mail. I am going to be out of town so I don’t have time right now for you but I will be posting my book once I return. The book is called “What Dreams Mean to Me” and it’s available on amazon.com and at my website. Please feel free to keep looking around. I hope you have a great day.”

So it goes: Dr. Evan Blakely is still writing letters to his friend, Dr. Evan Blakely,
about the same question; as Dr. Evan Blakely is not around to answer,
Dr. Evan Blakely’s response to his original question is:

“It’s all right, I will answer you soon.”

In a medium-sized, yet growing, Pennsylvania hamlet, the black print on the
rippled glass window of a heavy oaken door read:

Dr. Evan Blakely, Psy.D.,

Three weeks ago, the doctor was about to put a permanently closed sign on that
door and search for another way to make a living; the availability of online
resources and cheap phone apps made his business of dream interpretation
therapy “virtually” unnecessary. Suddenly, however, his business had been
swamped; now, he rarely took lunches and his office was booked solid from open
to close; the thought had crossed his mind on more than one occasion to hire
an assistant, but a subordinate might compromise his long-established
psychological therapeutic methods. Yet, he was still a “psy-patient” and
needed the approval of a psychiatrist to make any major life decisions; there
was also his concern to keep up with the growing popularity of “Dream
Consults” from different online resources such as “Dreams Unlimited”
and to make a more money from these services; he was also not ready to
explicitly ask for a referral to any dream therapist and he was not ready to
put his name on several websites.

The first thing Dr. Evan Blakely did, was to send a question to his friend,
the “Dream Guru”, Dr. Evan Blakely,

On his Facebook page, he typed:

“I need to know, what’s the difference between a dream, a lucid dream and a
nightmare?”

Dr. Evan Blakely, had been writing letters to his dear friend, Dr. Evan Blakely,
about the same question for a week, but he never received a reply. At the
end of his writing letter, a message from Dr. Evan Blakely was waiting:

“It’s all right, I will answer you soon.”

A month passes and Dr. Evan Blakely goes back to Dr. Evan Blakely’s original
message: “It’s all right, I will answer you soon.”

A month passes and Dr. Evan Blakely still writes the same e-mail, but now he
will not receive a reply: “It’s all right, I will answer you soon.”

Another month passes and Dr. Evan Blakely still writes the same e-mail, but now
he does get a reply:

“Hello, Evan, it’s me. Just wanted to let you know I am currently working on a new book and I wanted to make sure you received my latest e-mail. I am going to be out of town so I don’t have time right now for you but I will be posting my book once I return. The book is called “What Dreams Mean to Me” and it’s available on amazon.com and at my website. Please feel free to keep looking around. I hope you have a great day.”

A week passes and Dr. Evan Blakely still writes the same e-mail, but now he
does get a reply:

“Hello, Evan, it’s me. Just wanted to let you know I am currently working on a new book and I wanted to make sure you received my latest e-mail. I am going to be out of town so I don’t have time right now for you but I will be posting my book once I return.

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