Loss of Something

What does it mean when you dream about losing something?

Losing an object in a dream can be a straightforward representation of something we feel that we have lost in our waking life, such as an opportunity, a relationship, or even a loss of health. (See also Missing).

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Sure, it's a bit like hoary nostalgia to lament the loss of something that's a function of the natural passing of time.
"I've always been interested in how people deal with the loss of something that has seemed to define who they are," says Strachan.
I feel often that I'm grieving loss of something, moving into a different phase of my life that often means saying goodbye to something else and that is sad.
As children we try to understand the loss of something so vibrant with life that is now gone, bringing new concepts such as 'forever' and 'death' to the forefront of our young lives.
A cancer diagnosis, a failing relationship, or the loss of something or someone we love can cause us to feel lost and alone.
The loss of wealth is made worse by a behavioral economic concept, called 'loss aversion.' People dislike the loss of something more than they like gaining something.
But the overall theme of the victims was the loss of something else: a feeling of security in their own homes.
She felt the inestimable loss of something precious, of something meaningful in one's existence.
Ortese endows them with profound mute suffering, thus creating a "representation of helpless, vulnerable beings, subject to abandonment and the loss of something dear" (151).
It is the loss of something that touched your soul and changed you forever.
I'm personally calculating a loss of something in the area of 25%."
In Bonn, Saleemul Huq from the Responding to Climate Change (RTCC) put the definitions in simple terms where "losses" means "complete loss of something such as human lives, habitats, and species-something that cannot be brought back forever once lost" and "damages" means "something that can be repaired, such as roads or buildings." "It is important to have mechanisms where developing countries are compensated for the losses and damages which developed countries have caused," said Jeanne Martin, a young person from UK Youth Climate Coalition who joined the protest.