Third Review Club meets
Posted: Wednesday, October 24, 2012 8:02 pm
The Third Review Club met recently in the home of Hazel Williams.
A business meeting was called to order by Nita Simpson. The minutes of the September meeting were read by secretary Pat Kasnow and a treasurer’s report was given by Beverly Terrell.
Ms. Kasnow gave a program on dreams and their interpretations. In many ancient societies, such as Egypt and Greece, dreaming was considered a supernatural communication or a means of “Divine Intervention” whose message could be unraveled by people with certain powers. Probably the most known about dream interpretation was Joseph of the Bible. He interpreted the dreams of Pharoah. Certain things people dream about include falling, a clock, death or a wedding. These things have a significant meaning that is in the brain. Also throughout history, color has always played an important role and been regarded as highly symbolic.
After the program, delicious desserts of cakes and coffee were served.
The next meeting will be Nov 9.
Published in The Messenger 10.24.12