Victor Hugo's line in his famous book, "Les Miserables" sums up nicely the findings of dream research: "Each of us dreams of the unknown and the impossible according to his nature". Much of dream research has revealed that no matter what the story, no matter what the message, dreams are written by the dreamer with their own hand. Dreams are always in the paradigm of the dreamer. Angry people have angry dreams. Shy and quiet people have few characters and introverted dream imagery. Perhaps there is nothing so clear as dreams to reveal the true nature of an individual. Dreams are the unaltered, unchanged information that clearly display what the dreamer experiences, thinks, feels and is destined for. Again, what dreams mean to a dreamer is summarized by Victor Hugo with the following line:
"In such aspirations, much more than in composed, reason, and ordered ideas we see every man's true character."