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What does it mean when you dream about the morning?

New beginnings, the renewal of one’s life, starting over, enlightenment, and the awakening of inner creativity are all associated with the morning. An idea that dawns on you or an answer to a problem or a situation is sometimes the interpretation of a dream about the morning.

Morning

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When you are interpreting a dream, the setting is generally important. It provides clues about the larger and the true meaning of the dream. The morning is a symbol of new beginnings and of purity. It suggests endless possibilities and a unique innocence. The early morning is a time of peace and quiet. It is a perfect time for reflection and is symbolic of the birth of man in Eden. Thus, some consider the morning to be a time of blessings and of promise. If the setting of your dream is the morning, then its interpretation should be made in the light of positive aspirations and optimism.
References in classic literature ?
Another half-hour at cleaning up my desk, and my day's work was done, so that at eleven-thirty I got into a hammock under the trees with my mail-bag and the morning newspaper.
This very morning I had to go a clear six miles and only took three shillings.
Anne dropped on her knees and gazed out into the June morning, her eyes glistening with delight.
It was to say good morning to her, to hope she had slept well, to assure her of his devotion, which he trusted she in some faintest manner returned.
It was in the winter when this happened, very near the shortest day, and a week of fog into the bargain, so the fact that it was still very dark when George woke in the morning was no guide to him as to the time.
My appearance at this hour of the morning naturally surprises you.
I'd meant to lay up because of my arm, but it's better this morning.
At my work I want to be, at my day: but they understand not what are the signs of my morning, my step--is not for them the awakening-call.
I carried out my intention, and had all the fruit picked off the tree, but when I tasted one of the apples it was bitter and unpleasant, and the next morning the rest of the fruit had all rotted away.
The morning was chiefly spent in leaving cards at the houses of Mrs.
I awoke early on the third morning after my return from Ashby Park--the sun was shining through the blind, and I thought how pleasant it would be to pass through the quiet town and take a solitary ramble on the sands while half the world was in bed.
What I mean is, that you will have to get up early on Sunday morning, and drive twelve miles to the damp and dismal little village, in which I officiate for a man with a rich wife who likes the climate of Italy.