To see rice promises steadfast friends for the dreamer. To eat it, happiness and contentment. To see rice thrown at a bride and groom, a desire to mate. To cook rice, an omen of future wealth.
1. Good omen regarding health, happiness, relationships and wealth. 2. Basic nutrition, sustenance—likely emotional or spiritual—or a possible dietary need. 3. Providing the basics of life (note the quantity).
1. Financial gains, security and success. 2. Success is achieved at a great price, possibly loss of self-respect. 3. A desire for general knowledge, to understand how things work, sometimes in relationships.
1. A general gauge of prosperity (note condition of pig). 2. Avarice, greed and overindulgence. 3. Uncouth behavior, inappropriate sexual attitudes and behaviors and uncleanliness. 4. Intelligence, things sacred and ancient wisdom.
Kind, priceless and inestimable
Compassionate, priceless, wise ruler
Foreknowledge; the price is not always monetary
To “pay the price”, not necessarily monetary
A reward of priceless favor and true devotion, transparent, liberated, secure
The higher price one must pay for unpaid debts; debts are not always monetary