Dreams Mean Nothing
1The senseless have vain and false hopes,
and dreams give wings to fools.2As one who catches at a shadow and pursues the wind,
so is anyone who believes in dreams.3What is seen in dreams is but a reflection,
the likeness of a face looking at itself.4From an unclean thing what can be clean?
And from something false what can be true?5Divinations and omens and dreams are unreal,
and like a woman in labor, the mind has fantasies.6Unless they are sent by intervention from the Most High,
pay no attention to them.7For dreams have deceived many,
and those who put their hope in them have perished.8Without such deceptions the law will be fulfilled,
and wisdom is complete in the mouth of the faithful.