The Truck on The Pole has the following –

Truck – A truck is a dream symbol of transportation, which almost always represents the journey toward your aims, goals, and aspirations. A truck is a fairly optimistic symbol, as it encompasses overtones such as stability and toughness, as well as the ability to drive over obstacles or haul them out of the way, and four-wheel drive to keep you going even if the driving surface is slick or slippery.


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About a month ago, I had a dream.  I woke and promptly voice recorded my dream.  Here are those words –

My truck is somehow balanced on a very tall pole.  The pole maybe 40-50 feet high and is near buildings in a courtyard type setting.  There are many people walking around and most do not see the truck.  I get a very tall ladder and climb to the truck thinking I can just drive the truck off the pole.  I realize I am unable to do this and get out of the truck and lock the door not realizing I left the truck running.  It is not until much later I realize I have another set of keys in my pocket.  While the truck is running, I search for someone that will help me.  There are many people around, but I feel not just anyone can help so I select a few to ask.  The people I ask are security guards, policemen, people with an authority or respect.  Some are willing to help and others will not.  Finally, someone offers to help and during the time it is talked about how to get the truck off the tall pole; the other people around start realizing what is taking place.  A crowd gathers and finally the determination is that the only way to remove the truck from the pole is to use a very large building crane.  This is the ending to my dream, and I wake and wonder what this dream was about. has the following –


To see a pole in your dream represents security and stability. The dream is a reminder that you always have something or someone you can lean on.


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I believe my dream represents my journey that is beginning to take place.  Not the travel adventure that is currently on hold, but my personal journey with cancer.  And though there will be many people to support me and be there for me, I will rely on one person that I respect who will be there every step of the way.  He is stronger than I, balanced and towering high like a building crane upwards above the tallest buildings.

I will be tough and move forward over the obstacles that will be in my way.  But, I know also I have someone I can lean on for security and stability.

When the surgery takes place, a crowd will gather of family and friends.  My new journey will begin and that someone that is Gary will be there for me as he always has been.

Security, Stability Optimism, Toughness – someone to lean on – that is the dream, that is my reality.

38 thoughts on “The Truck on The Pole

  1. I’m in tears! Of joy that you are getting it and of compassion that you have to go through this. Please say a special thank you to that wonderful husband of yours for holding you through thick and thin. Love IS all we need 💖💫💖💫

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  2. Sending you Love and my thoughts Terry.. It is great that the Universe is showing you the Signs that all will be well.. Keep those thoughts positive my friend.. and like Cheryl says above me.. You will be fine.. Love and well wishes my friend
    Sue xx

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  3. Aren’t dreams fascinating. I always find in incredible how our sub, sub conscious mind works whilst we sleep. Your dream was very profound, and with everything going on, it is beautiful to know,you know you have that one person in your life who is your everything. Hugs my friend. Hope your day is wonderful. 🙂

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  4. When I saw the title of your post, I thought….”oh, my Lucy. Did those boys drive their truck into a pole?” LOL
    I have to say that was a really cool dream….and the meaning is great. I think it shows that you are in a good place in your mind….

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    • LOL, Laurel, thank goodness there was to truck driven on a pole – we do not need that! I very seldom remember my dreams, but this was on my mind when I woke and had to record it – very interesting! Happy day my friend, appreciate you very much. 🙂


  5. I am glad that you had such a powerful, positive dream to anchor you. How lucky you are to have family and friends with you during your surgery. I have felt very lonely at various surgeries because my family live so far away. Keep thinking positive thoughts! K x

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    • Thanks Kerry, interesting how our dreams provide answers or insights into the current and/or future. I continue to be positive and know this current situation is temporary. Thanks dear, I appreciate you very much. 🙂

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  6. Terry, prayers for you and for your treatment and recovery. You clearly are blessed in Gary’s loving support and the caring of your friends. Sounds like you are “Ford Tough” and with all that support you will make it through. I’ll be keeping you in my thoughts. Jo

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    • Thank you Jo, I am very fortunate to have lots of support from many different people. Thanks for your thoughts, I certainly appreciate them very much. Have a happy day my friend! 🙂


  7. Dreams are fascinating aren’t they? I like that you voice recorded your dream right away! I should do that sometime… I always forget the details when I’m trying to recall my dreams. So glad you are not alone 🙂

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    • Sadie, it I wake from an interesting dream, I usually voice record it so I do not forget. I like to try to figure out the meaning of them. I am fortunate to have you and many others here and also Gary to help support me. Happy day, hope you get to feeling better very soon. 🙂

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