Sam Arjomandi

Spirit communicate with us through dream

Do you have a dream at night?
To wake up relaxed or scared so much that you feel you had been in a fight

Some people believe, you have a dream usually after the big meal
Is it just the imagination or true, all depends how you feel

Dream is the only channel that spirit communicate with us
Either they miss a love one or if we are in danger, they try to warn us

A man explained to Prophet Joseph, that he had a dream that seven skinny cows ate seven fat cows
Another man said of his dream that he will be feed to the birds tomorrow

Prophet Joseph interpreted the first man dream, that Egypt will face seven years of famine and hunger
He told the second man, tomorrow is your last day, and you will not live any longer

Some people believe during heavy asleep a spirit separates from the body
That’s why it is not safe to wake up someone in hurry

If you have a dream at night
Talk to someone expert in a dream, to tell you what you read of your dream is wrong or right

Sam Arjomandi

Submitted: Thursday, September 10, 2009

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