WHOLE MURPHY – WHOLE COMMUNION – HOLY HOUR AT WHOLE FOODS
I have a Dream. My Master, Whole Murphy visits me in my Dream. He makes solemn announcement about hosting “Holy Hour” at Whole Foods on Sunday morning from 10.00 A.M. to 11.00 A.M. I am not sure, but in my Dream I march to Whole Foods on Sunday, June 25, 2017 at my appointed Hour.
As I entered Whole Foods on Sunday morning at 10.00 A.M. I find people joining a cue. I inquired as to why people are standing in line. It is “Holy Hour” at Whole Foods for Members joining Whole Communion by invitation from Whole Murphy.
In my Dream, I slowly moved to the front of the line to meet an Angel at Bleachers Taproom. I gently inquired if Whole Foods is hosting ‘Happy Hour’ at that time. She promptly corrects me saying, “its Holy Hour and not Happy Hour.”
I ask Angel if there is Difference between “Holy Hour” and “Happy Hour.”
Angel tells me, “Holy Hour” is strictly observed in accordance with Michigan Law that restricts pouring or serving Wine on Sunday Morning Hours. During “Holy Hour,” Invited Members taking part in “Whole Communion” get the very best Red Wine in a glass. But, there is an important rule about “Whole Communion” at Whole Foods.
Angel explains, “Whole Murphy – Whole Law” on Whole Communion at Whole Foods during Happy Hour on Sunday Morning. Whole Communion only allows serving Red Wine Free of Cost, and Bread is not allowed to be served Free.