Short meaning: Be careful of how and who you talk to. Your new viewpoint will lead you to question people and situations around you. If you share this, your words could be blown out of proportion when repeated by others. You know your intentions but they’re open to interpretation.
In-depth meaning: The Subject may have a new or changing standpoint or attitude to do with something in their lives, but they need to be careful when sharing their thoughts with other people. The Subject’s new way of thinking is exactly that – new -and may not be quite formed enough to project onto the outside world without receiving criticism.
The Subject should think about whether they have been, or are being, just a little too loose-lipped about something. Because of their new attitude they may be saying things in a way that could be taken out of context when passed on by someone else.
The Subject could also feel that they are a victim to gossip or rumour and, again, it could just be a case of misinterpretation. The main advice is to be careful in their dialogue for now, either with their own words, or to avoid misinterpreting the meanings of what other people are saying; they should also avoid being too sharp tongued or spiteful.
Notes on the image: This scenario could be twofold: a) The Page may have said something incorrectly to the passing couple who are now gossiping about what he has told them or b) The Page is overhearing what the passing couple are talking about and he may pass it on to others incorrectly because he is immature. This image is to represent being careful about overhearing, repeating or saying things in the wrong way to avoid creating unnecessary issues.