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    Question ID: 11417Country: United Kingdom

    Title: Asalamu 'alaikum, Firstly, jazak Allah for all of the questions you have answered for me. I want to remove the thought of this dream that I had a few weeks ago. At sunrise time, I went to sleep and I had this dream- before I went to sleep, I think I made du'a to Allah and said the shahadah before sleeping. I also think I had started writing a hamd (poem) and the night before I had finished, al hamdu lillah, a hamd on Asma ul husna. So I dreamt of 4 particular things. I don't know the order, but I remember seeing a lecturer talk about something to do with Islam, then all of the sudden I looked out of the window to see a beautiful scene of snow in my garden with the orangy-red night sky. Then I remember being on my prayer mat, facing the qiblah and making du'aa unto Allah. I remember supplicating Ya Mu'min (WAllahu 'alam) and I then saw a tree next to me (it was black and I think it had no leaves), it seemed like it was doing ruku' (WAllahu 'alam) and coming towards me, I kept on moving my head away and was still doing the du'aa. I woke up still mumbling the du'a. What could this mean? Jazak Allahu Khair for your continued patience. Ma' salam.

    Question: Asalamu 'alaikum, Firstly, jazak Allah for all of the questions you have answered for me. I want to remove the thought of this dream that I had a few weeks ago. At sunrise time, I went to sleep and I had this dream- before I went to sleep, I think I made du'a to Allah and said the shahadah before sleeping. I also think I had started writing a hamd (poem) and the night before I had finished, al hamdu lillah, a hamd on Asma ul husna. So I dreamt of 4 particular things. I don't know the order, but I remember seeing a lecturer talk about something to do with Islam, then all of the sudden I looked out of the window to see a beautiful scene of snow in my garden with the orangy-red night sky. Then I remember being on my prayer mat, facing the qiblah and making du'aa unto Allah. I remember supplicating Ya Mu'min (WAllahu 'alam) and I then saw a tree next to me (it was black and I think it had no leaves), it seemed like it was doing ruku' (WAllahu 'alam) and coming towards me, I kept on moving my head away and was still doing the du'aa. I woke up still mumbling the du'a. What could this mean? Jazak Allahu Khair for your continued patience. Ma' salam.

    Answer ID: 11417

    Bismillah hir-Rahman nir-Rahim !

    (Fatwa: 843/627=H/1430)

     

    The dream indicates that there is indifference toward faith, good deeds, exhorting for truth and patience. It requires paying special attention to strengthen them. Study the commentary of Surah Al-Asr in Maariful Quran written by Mufti Muhammad Shafi? and assess yourself.

    Allah (Subhana Wa Ta'ala) knows Best

    Darul Ifta,

    Darul Uloom Deoband, India