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Living Dream

I had a dream

Of two brown horses.. the other one is dead like it was roasted while the other one is dying or almost gone. In the dream I was in a questioning state of mind; why  are the horses in this condition? who did this?

When I looked up the meaning of the dream, this what what I found out:

"To see a dead horse in your dream indicates that something in your life that initially offered you strength is now gone. This may refer to a relationship or situation. Consider the phrase 'beating a dead horse' to indicate that you may have maximized the usefulness of a certain circumstance".

To dream of a dead horse, signifies disappointments of various kinds and it could mean a "serious loss of energy or motivation which could lead to illness or depression; or maybe,  an old and dying set of habits and motivations or way of life. In other words it could mean loss of health, energy, and enthusiasm.

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