The meaning of gap in dream | Dream Interpretation

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The clothing chain the Gap is known for the simplicity of solid colors with style. Putting on clothes at the Gap may comment that you are ready to hit the street solid, balanced, and ready. It may also mention that there is a gap in your life or a separation between masculine and feminine aspects of your soul.

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Dreams of a gap denotes that you are feeling distant or separate from other people.

If the gap is narrowing, you are getting closer, more intimate, or maybe you fear that time is running out.

If the gap is widening, accept the fact that you may be on different paths from your partner, but ultimately, all paths lead to the same place. Dreams of the Gap Sore represent casual comfort, ease and a desire to bridge the gap between races, sexes, and religions.

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