Dreams! Can you interpret dreams?

@mipen2006 (5528)
Australia
August 5, 2009 4:37pm CST
My wife had a dream last night that her father, who ahs been deceased for fifteen years, came to take her away with him. She got into the vehicle, she thinks was a car, but after driving a short the car ran out of gas. Any ideas what this dream means?
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@tigeraunt (6331)
• Philippines
11 Aug 09
dreams are reflections of our thoughts. it may come true and it may not. but i believe that she had in one way or another thought of his father unconsciously that is why there is that dream of him. our old people would probably say that his father is sending feelers that he has been forgotten. maybe a little prayer and the lighting of a candle will be nice. ann
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@mipen2006 (5528)
• Australia
12 Aug 09
Thanks tigeraunt, I actually asked her if she had thoughts the day before, but she said no, so maybe her father was sending feelers. The candles will have to wait until she returns to Thailand where she can attand the Wat. Thanks for your contribution.
@polachicago (19073)
• United States
6 Aug 09
Her father is giving her a warning. Maybe she should check her health, because her life may be in danger. It can also be a warning about trip should should not take...
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@mipen2006 (5528)
• Australia
6 Aug 09
Thank you pola. I was thinking pretty much along the same lines.
@x_Jo_x (1042)
5 Aug 09
I would say she has been missing him at some point either that day or the day before. KMaybe something happened that made her remember a situation that happened with her dad. Maybe something happened in a car when there was low gas or something? Or is it a fear of hers that that situation might happen? Dreams are our brains mixing things together, getting them muddled and trying to put them back together in the wrong order. This dream could simply be just that!
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@mipen2006 (5528)
• Australia
6 Aug 09
Thank you for your theory, you might be right, but I have no idea of dreams, I hardly ever remember them. Thalk you for your response.