How I Interpreted My Wife’s Dream

How I Interpreted My Wife's Dream

Last night, my wife had dreamed of a fast approaching flood towards the three of us (me, my wife and our son). We were trying to save our lives by running up to the mountain. My wife said I went ahead of them, leaving them behind.

I don’t know in other countries, but here in the Philippines, a flood in your dream means bad luck. Climbing up the mountain, leaving your family behind a roaring flood, can be interpreted as selfishness.

Assuming my wife wanted me to interpret her dream, as though I am Joseph the Dreamer, I told her:

“That roaring flood in your dream is a sign that God has opened all the floodgates of heaven, and an avalanche of blessings is coming our way whether we like it or not. I chose to climb up the mountain first because I want you and our son to get soaked, drenched and wet first by the unselfish love and blessings of God.”

And my wife replied, “……”

Friends, obviously, I’m not Joseph the Dreamer, but our thinking creates our reality.
Do you sometimes feel complaining about what’s going in your life?
Friends, maybe you need to check how you view the things that happen around you.

Jaycee De Guzman

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