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Brother Says Not to Argue
No Arguing or Fighting
I was looking out a window in a building, the power was off. It was dark outside and I see emergency lights flashing orange in the night. Although I was alone, I feel the presence of my wife. Outside, I see a man on top of a wall pulling a cable over the wall. Suddenly the man is inside with me; it is my brother, not an ex-coworker and friend who, at first, I thought it was. He says to me: “We can hunt over there, but no arguing or fighting”.
Main Life Issues:
Someone looks out, sees a loved one and gets a message.
Dark building: In a dark place; an unhappy or depressed time in one’s life.
Emergency lights: Suggests an important, intense issue in your life that needs immediate attention.
Cable man: Someone trying to fix something, connect something.
Brother: A wise, loving voice.
Words “we can hunt over there”: Advice to search for something, to seek what is desired.
Words “no arguing or fighting”: Advice to hold one’s tongue and be cooperative and good natured.
What the dream Means:
The end of a dream often contains the message. In this case the message is clear – no arguing or fighting. The words suggest that you create your own troubles in relationships and at work by arguing and fighting with others. If you want to be successful, be cooperative and good natured.
Bottom Line: The advice is clear, name, do not argue or fight with others. The dream invites you to face your own nature and accept responsibility for what you create in life, good or otherwise.
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