I dreamt and behold I saw bread.
It led to life. It brought strife and it gave life but bread should not be alone. It is not good that bread should be so; for bread – alone – is not complete because bread is man and bread – alone – is not the complete man and man is bread when man is bred, aright. A dough moulded by the hands of the creator, turned and twisted and made perfect by perfecting faith.
For bread is man and man is bread therefore it is not good that man should be alone and it is not good for man to live by bread alone and it is not good for man to live by man alone but by the Word of GOD from GOD to man and from the hands of GOD to the dough of bread.
I dreamt and saw bread and man and man bred to be as perfect as the creator of man. And man cannot be perfect alone but by the Word of the creator which gives life and is life. Amen.
I dreamt and behold I saw myself. Empty. Broken, awoken, soaken in divine breath. Amen.
I dreamt and I saw…It is because I dreamt that I saw and I saw in dreams but dreams are not always as they seem; thus, I cannot deem it any less of a blessing to be given a dream and the interpretation of what it seems. Amen.