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    My mother dreamt that she was walking with 2 walking sticks (but her legs were OK).

    What could this mean?

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    If dreamt was walking with a stick, means she will trust to two infidel
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    Dreams are scenes of daily day happenings in real life when interpreted will come and pass.This may happen in the near future in a few days to a month or two.
    People are asleep, when die they will wake up.
    42. God takes the souls at the time of their death, and those that die not during their sleep; then He withholds those on whom He has passed the decree of death and sends the others back till an appointed term; most surely there are signs in this for a people who reflect.

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    There is an expression, "walk softly but carry a bigstick" which implies be prepared to lay down the law or the rules.

    The dream would suggest that your mother sees herself makingprogress (walking forward) while having a negative idea about laying down thelaw (the two sticks). {Many olderparents have the impression that it is not to their benefit to emphasize thelaw or the rules which can also imply not being too critical because theyrealize that they are becoming more dependent upon close family members forhelp and it seems best not to alienate them. Or, they simply feel it is nottheir place to reprove or correct any longer.}

    As your mother is quite capable of walking without the aidof any walking stick, carrying 2 sticks, that is, a negative impression aboutlaying down the law, is certainly not required of her. {A parent, being theelder, always has the right to lay down the law.}


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