Wisdom from Miss Marple

I often have vivid dreams. This morning’s was so profound, I’m still thinking about it. It was about friendship, how some people can be fake–you think they are “for you” but they are secretly cheering when you are down or hurt. Two people were having a conversation with me in my dream and they revealed their feelings which were not favorable. This makes sense to me, as the dream went back over twenty years when I first met these two. Perhaps it all was triggered by watching Miss Marple say “Nothing is as it seems.” And later, when the murder and deception is uncovered, the main character is wondering aloud why they hadn’t figured it out and Miss Marple says: “Because you believed what he told you. It’s very dangerous to believe people – I haven’t for years.”

And later, when the murder and deception is uncovered, the main character is wondering aloud why they hadn’t figured it out and Miss Marple says: “Because you believed what he told you. It’s very dangerous to believe people – I haven’t for years.

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