Following that, the Dream reappeared. He was impolite and negligent to Mexican Dream, causing a schism between them. Dream snatched Juan Mendez's photo and then shot an arrow at Jose Mendez's picture. Mexican Dream leaped in front of the bullet to save Jose's life, sacrificing one of his own canon lives in the process. After this incident, they barely spoke to each other.
In 1847, Mexican Dream met Pedro Pablo Ramirez who claimed to be a descendant of Spanish royalty. With him, he formed a political party called "The First Party" whose goal was to make Mexico a republic. They failed but created many conflicts along the way. In 1848, Mexican Dream led an army against The First, but was defeated. Disappointed by this turn of events, he resigned from his post as commander and went back home. A few months later, he died of tuberculosis at the age of 36.
After his death, The First became extinct as a political party, but some of its members started new ones. In 1873, Benito Juarez formed another republican party called "The Second Party". In 1880, Porfirio Díaz created a third one called "The Liberal Party".
So there you have it, the death of the Mexican dream. Juan Mendez is still considered one of Mexico's most important poets even though he lived in a time when poetry wasn't very popular. His work has been used as inspiration for many artists.
Dreaming of Mexicans signifies components of your personality that value and believe in yourself first. Negatively, a Mexican may express dissatisfaction with someone else who refuses to assist you because they believe the situation is satisfactory as it is. It is risky to have a good time. Avoid being gullible or naive if you want to be safe.
Mexican food is common for dreams, especially if you are eating it. This represents your need for pleasure and satisfaction from life's difficulties. To achieve this goal, you must resist excessive spending and avoid getting into debt.
Spending time with Mexicans indicates open communication and harmony between people. Friends or relatives who eat Mexican food are considered pleasant surprises. Positive changes will come to you if you receive news of someone else who has dreamed about you. If you fail to show interest in others, they will not care for you.
Eating Mexican food itself is positive. Enjoying delicious dishes means that you are enjoying good health and have good opportunities before you. Traveling to Mexico also suggests that you will enjoy some vacation time soon.
Carrying out activities with Mexicans implies that you will have a successful career. You should use your intelligence and work hard if you want to succeed.
If you hear Mexican music in your dream, this means that happy events are coming your way. Happiness is likely to spread around you as well.
Dreaming in Spanish, on the other hand, is more of an indication of development than something that can be taught after a few Spanish classes. Sometimes we experience dreams in another language that we are unfamiliar with, but we do not comprehend what is being said. In this case, we should not worry about it and instead focus on developing our ability to dream in Spanish.
There are several theories about why we dream in another language. One theory is called the "language in the brain" theory. It states that every language has its own unique structure in the brain, so when we dream in a language that we have never learned, our brains are trying to process these languages in order to understand them. This theory explains why people who are born into families where no one speaks any language other than English at home will sometimes dream in English even though they have never been to England.
Another theory is called the "social function of dreams" theory. It states that we use dreams as a way to communicate with others, especially those we love. So if we are dreaming in Spanish, it means that we are trying to communicate with someone else who does not speak English. They are just using the language they know best to communicate with those they love.
Rizal had another depressing dream on May 15, 1882. He imagined he returned to Calamba and, after visiting his parents, who refused to speak to him since he had not consulted them about his first journey abroad, he returned to travel overseas with one hundred pesos, which he borrowed again. He felt depressed and heartbroken. This time he would never return.
In his dream, Rizal saw himself aboard a ship bound for the United States. When they reached American soil, he decided to go back to Europe instead. So the captain told him that if he wanted to change his plans, he should do it before they reached port. Rizal woke up feeling disappointed and lonely. He realized that even though he had been offered a chance to stay in America, he could not bear to leave Spain.
Rizal's father was very angry when he found out that his son planned to go abroad without telling him. So Rizal went to Madrid to discuss his options with the government. But the king and queen didn't want to offend the United States by refusing their proffered gift of liberty. Instead, they gave Rizal an office as inspector general of schools so he could help reform the national education system.
Finally, on December 30, 1892, the president of the Spanish council of ministers signed a decree granting Rizal honorary citizenship of Spain.