Having a dream about being homeless can be scary. It is also a good idea to try to understand what it means to have such a dream.
Taking away shopping carts from homeless people
Taking away shopping carts from homeless people is one solution to the homeless issue. Some say that homeless people need them to carry possessions. Others use them as shelter.
The new ordinance in San Clemente, CA updates the city’s policies on storing personal belongings of the homeless. Those who illegally remove a shopping cart will face a fine. Businesses that do not have theft prevention devices on their carts will also be fined.
According to the City of San Clemente’s website, homeless people often use carts to carry their belongings. The new law is designed to prevent unauthorized removal of carts.
The San Clemente City Council voted 5-0 to pass the ordinance. The ordinance includes a fine of $250 for every abandoned cart. It also says that retailers and businesses will have to post signs that tell people that removing shopping carts without permission is against the law.
Some people who are homeless avoid using carts because they are a source of trouble. Others turn down help because they have too much.
Having nightmares about being homeless in your own city
Whether you dream about being homeless in your own city or not, you may be having a dream about homelessness because of other reasons. For instance, a dream of being homeless in your city could signify that you are not fit to belong in society or that you are not fitting in with a specific group of people. Alternatively, if you have been dreaming about a home that is not in good condition, you could be worrying about financial problems that are ahead of you.
Similarly, if you have a dream about a house being broken or robbed, you could be worried about your finances. Similarly, if you are dreaming of a house that is uninhabitable, you could be thinking about your feelings of abandonment and loss.