Assuming you create stories (daydreams) in your head, what might a typical one entail?

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Assuming you create stories (daydreams) in your head, what might a typical one entail?

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It always starts with intervention. For example a guy just enjoying a newspaper and drinking his coffee unexpectedly gets a helicopter visit in his driveway. Then it follows with the guy being asked to get in the helicopter, there's no time, etc. If the guy says no then further pressure will push him out his current situation. Almost like Bilbo Baggins and his visit from the dwarves after he rejects Gandalf. If he accepts, then he's given an explanation and his life turns upside down. Said guy must abandon his core beliefs in order to embrace a new truth. This is of course all symbolic of religious conversion, and -- ironically -- it is used in most stories almost religiously. Once accepting the truth, guy proceeds onto journey where he must fight one or more source of "evil" in order to protect the ones he loves. In the end, the evil is triumphantly overcome and guy is able to return to his normal life. Almost normal anyway; the taste of his coffee just isn't the same as it used to be.

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