A messenger, Eccl. 10:20
1. Possible misfortune. 2. Good fortune (especially if it is ﬂying).
1. Nourishment, sustenance—likely spiritual, possibly emotional. 2. A feeling of great effort with little in the way of rewards.
1. A feeling of being dominated, trapped and displayed. 2. A struggle; severe difﬁculties with identity, self and self-expression.
1. Freedom of spirit, imagination. 2. Prosperity (in ﬂight). 3. Elevation of status, economic or social (taking ﬂight). 4. Domestic security, happiness (nesting). 5. Transcending adversity, especially emotional or spiritual.
1. Problems with commitment, possible fear. 2. Fast success comes with focus. 3. Small thoughts and concerns are actually very powerful, carry a lot of weight.
Something good and precious (from to kill a mockingbird).
1. If the bird is deceased, the dreamer is worried—and warned (e.G., Canary in mine that inhales gas). 2. A good omen, ﬁscally speaking. 3. Not good, romantically speaking.
A messenger, and the type and color determine the type of message; research accordingly