To end, as it presently is; research whatever is broken
To see one, successful undertakings, probably a change; to cross one, work and anxiety in store; a broken bridge, fear and trouble and a warning to take no steps on an unknown road; to fall from a bridge denotes brain trouble (Artemidorus). These interpretations are distinctly traceable to the subconsciousness. The symbolism of a bridge […]
The spiritual bonding and healing of that which has been broken
Makes something stronger than it was before in the place where it was broken.
A quick fix, i.E. Plugging the hole in a dam; patching a broken relationship
İf missing or broken, one’s power of transition in a situation is useless
Symbolic of hurt, pain, broken heartedness, and a longing for God, Ps. 42:3
You see a broken bridge: your path to success is blocked by authorities
1. One feels disconnected from others. 2. Broken family ties. 3. Lost job or other disruption.
This is symbolic of the broken body of Christ and the fellowship of friends, Matt. 26:26