Perspectives: Let us eat BREAD!

Greetings Kin,

bread-I’m choosing to say what’s on my mind these days. There WILL be a Daykeeper post in the morning, but for now – here goes.

I hear a lot of people mentioning shifts in their own energy – dizziness, tired, wired, off-balance, easily exhausted and distracted, to name a few adjectives. Similar symptoms sent me to bed at 5:05 PM last night, but then I found myself back up in the middle of the night.

I hadn’t taken time to eat dinner. I didn’t want a meal and I didn’t want an unhealthy snack. But there on the kitchen counter was a fresh loaf of French Bread – a splurge (bought while warm) from the grocery store. I love bread. Though, now we’re told we shouldn’t eat bread.

What I really loved about it last night was this feeling of comfort as a food that even a small portion can satisfy. As I looked at the brown shiny crust, it struck me as such a thing of beauty. How did bread, I wondered, suddenly become the scourge of all mankind?

The world concern that is most on my mind these days is the media, biased by the controlling interest who bought it with an agenda. When I heard Murdoch was buying FoxNews, I couldn’t help but look for Trump/Murdoch associations, and if you search, you WILL find them. Plus,  I’m still reeling to learn that the reason women started smoking in 1920’s was due to the manipulation of Human Nature by associating women’s smoking to “women’s liberation.” It was all a marketing scheme for the highest bidder, AND addictive substances were already considered good consumer products.

That was 1920. Public relations and media were just beginning to reach mass audience… nearly 100 years of new powers of persuasion would have been developed that only the richest can afford to dominate. We HAVE to accept that Human Engineering is a science that’s employed in our everyday lives.

One of the heartbreaking aspects of the refugee crisis is that it is an orchestrated displacement of people, and a means to someone’s end.  “Divide and Conquer” has been the hallmark of manipulation and hostile takeover since the feudal days. It’s a WELL understood aspect of Human Nature that when you isolate people from one another, their own people, culture, and language – they will be rendered more helpless and damaged.  This displacement creates a HUGE mental health crisis for millions of people. They’ve lost everything- their homes, communities, culture, and language. We are so naturally trusting it’s hard to believe such darkness could be intentional.


Bread is a staple of so many cultures. Grasses, the source of grain, are the oldest living plants on the planet. The latest discovery of Seagrass goes back 200,000 years. Grain is our most ancient foodstuff. Because of this, Bread is a universally recognized symbol of nourishment and abundance. We carry the cellular memories of our ancestors that include their association and meaning drawn from symbols. “Give us this day our daily Bread,” is a symbol in the Lord’s Prayer, and Bread is the food consecrated as the body of Christ.

Am I the only one that finds it strange that suddenly we are being told to relate bread as something that is not good for us? What are the odds that after thousands of years, we, the elite scientists with less than 100 years of experience are just now capable of figuring this out for All of Mankind? (And if you think it must be true due to the medical establishment, read up on Rockefeller medicine.) Who really knows the truth?

The COMFORT and BLESSING of Bread is a recognized symbol of SURVIVAL for many. Does that “given” have to be jerked out from under us too? We can at least rely on “moderation in all things” – though, that could be next.

I came from the 50’s when they still talked about “truth in advertising.” This was actually a real thing and there were no ads with FAKE pictures of haggard women turning into beauty queens published for the latest beauty cream ad.  Now even the headlines are ads, and anchors and TV doctors are PRESENTERS of false advertising for Their Own Products.

“As perennial as the grass…” In this association “perennial” is defined as “lasting or existing for a long or apparently infinite time; enduring or continually recurring; synonyms: abiding, enduring, lasting, everlasting, perpetual, eternal, continuing, unending, unceasing, never-ending, endless, undying, ceaseless, persisting, permanent, constant, continual, unfailing, unchanging, never-changing.”

I’m just saying – have some bread, and think about it. Bless it for the nourishment of your body, soul and spirit, and it WILL bless you. If you can’t eat a piece of nice warm French Bread, I hope you can still eat some nice smelt bread – SOME kind of bread… and Give Thanks for the oldest means of survival God gave us.

In lak’ech, Debra
Come back for my usual programming tomorrow. 🙂

12 thoughts on “Perspectives: Let us eat BREAD!

  1. love it! We love bread too. Especially when they put the fresh hot french bread in the front of the store and it fills the whole place with good smells…. ok now I need bread lol!

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  2. You are so right! Bread is filling and it harkens back to a more simple time. My grandmother served bread at every meal. My grandfather had one piece of bread each night with dinner. It was emotionally sustaining as well as filling. We do seem to be overthinking every aspect of life and all the treasures are being lost along the way! Well said!


  3. Love your thoughts! 🙂 I’m sorry you are so tired. My poor husband is just dragging. Stress, work, you know how it goes. 😉 Ok, now on to the bread. lol We are one of the few countries that has this issue with bread. If you go to European countries this is a staple along with pastries, cheeses, wines, all kinds of yummy things that we are told we shouldn’t eat. There are a couple of reasons… 1. We have much more processed foods than they do which affect our bodies differently 2. Our country is crazy lazy. If you are a fairly active person, you can eat all the good stuff (skip the boxed stuff if you can), but if you are eating real bread, real cheese, real milk, you are REALLY going to be fine. 😉 I could get into a whole long thing about why grains are affecting people a little more differently here aside from not being active (pesticides, gmo, ect) BUT everything in moderation. If you want a glorious piece of bread you eat it. It is more harmful to harbor guilt over food, or to stress over not eating it, then just eating it, enjoying it, and moving on with your day. 🙂

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  4. Gosh I love bread and I have been guilty of the night time eating that you speak of. So drugs that block opiate drugs can be used to help overeaters and this is because foods such as bread attach to the receptors in the brain the same way as opiates, smoking, and alcohol. Crazy right?! I would guess this is a part of why we love bread so much.



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