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Post  jeremy white on Tue 25 Mar 2014, 8:49 am

Hi all, Jeremy
I travelled up the mountain and into a green temple, where I was introduced to an entity named "Hazzar", who said that we would discuss the word, "Indicative".

Has its origins from the word indicate, meaning to show, give direction or to provide assurance to a person or people regarding the direction that person should take, either physically to arrive at a location, or actions that person can take to resolve situations in their life.
Indicative is an extension of these meanings in so much it is a comment or reflection on the actions of the person taking a particular course or action. Quite often these comments can be made in a negative manner by criticising the actions of that person, other people can not see the positive action that this person took, they view from their own perspective, and just because it is not the action they would have taken, they view it in a negative manner. Whereas any action taken by a person to take a different direction in their life, or to resolve a problem is actually positive for that person, as it shown a person being positive about themselves, and wanting to change the pathway they are currently travelling.

So the word indicative needs to seen in a positive light at reflects action and a change of direction taken by a person, which they hope will give them a more positive outcome in their life. The key to success in these situations is to be patient and wait for the results of your actions or change in pathway to reveal what the outcomes can be for you, again you have the option to action even further change if the results are not what you are desire or wish for.

So the word indicative can be seen as negative, whereas in actual fact it is positive for the person exercising their option. It can summarise a persons character, either positively or negatively .

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