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Bro, don't ever share your bad dreams, only share the good ones... (suggests to edit the post and replace with a few asterisks)

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Any good if there was a thread about sharing nightmares?

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Nope, sharing bad dreams is a big no no in Islam bro... you never know who (or what) can be listening.

"they see you, from where you see them not" [ Quran - 2:102] This ayah is referring to the Jinn... sharing bad dreams invites more disaster into your life. All bad dreams are from Shaytaan and his flock. That's all you need to know.

And they'll use that info to get you further in deep. Not worth it bro.

I suggest downloading the book in the link above and reading it, you'll find it very beneficial in determining the nature of your dreams...

You still haven't edited your post bro... just do it, for your sake.

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Yeah done should be fine enough

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Najm Althakib wrote:

One of the signs of the hour is that believers will have true dreams.

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Brother, Do you have any reference to the above statement.

Any source would be appreciated.

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I've heard different opinions regarding sharing bad dreams. The prevailing alternate opinion is that you can share them as long as they do not induce fear in you or others. I think this was because part of the prohibition had to do with it causing you fear in waking life, and possibly others, spreading it like a disease.

There is also the distinction between a nightmare and dreaming about something that really happened that was bad.

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*There are 3 kind of dreams in Islam :

-The truthful dream (rahmani)
-The dream stemming from personal desire (nafsani)
-The dream coming from the devil (shaytani)

The dream dictionary presented here is based on the work of Muhammad Ibn Sirin, a specialist in the field of dream interpretation in regards to the traditions of Islam.

Muhammad Ibn Sirin was born in 654 and died at the age of 77. He was a very pious Muslim. He belonged to the tabighins, formed by the kufit school.
However, in today's world, he is more know for his expertise in giving the meaning of dreams.
He also brought lots of hadiths from Abu Huraira, Anas Ibn Malik and others.

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Salaam,

I normally don't have dreams, or have the ability to remember my dreams.

Last night I had a dream I was standing in a row with some men. One of them asked me to go to the front and make the adhan. I felt really embarrassed to be offered the chance to give it for the group, and declined initially, blushing the whole time. I was embarrassed like "Why me? Give someone else better this great honor.".

Any insights into this dream? Technically this counts as a dream that will come true (next time I give adhan insha `Allah).


Call to prayer – Islam dream
ATHAAN (call to prayer): Seeing oneself giving the call to prayer may indicate one’s plans for Hajj will succeed. [Sharh as Sunnah vol 12 p 224]
Based on: “Proclaim the Hajj to mankind” [Surah al Hajj (22): 27]

The men in the row are muslims, who else can suggest you to go and give Adhaan. Masha Allah if non-believers also suggests you to give azaan then its fine. One of them has asked you to perfrom Hajj. And you have desire to perform Hajj. But , for any other reason ........

"Why me" - Allah will honor everyone , who says "Guide us to the Straight Way (Surah fateha , ayath 6)"

May Allah give taufeeq(ability) to perform Hajj for every Muslim.

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*There are 3 kind of dreams in Islam :

-The truthful dream (rahmani)
-The dream stemming from personal desire (nafsani)
-The dream coming from the devil (shaytani)

Must be a good one Bro Insha. Rahmani or Nafsani.Can't be Shaytani.He hates the Call to Adhan .
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Nope, sharing bad dreams is a big no no in Islam bro... you never know who (or what) can be listening.

"they see you, from where you see them not" [ Quran - 2:102] This ayah is referring to the Jinn... sharing bad dreams invites more disaster into your life. All bad dreams are from Shaytaan and his flock. That's all you need to know.

And they'll use that info to get you further in deep. Not worth it bro.

I suggest downloading the book in the link above and reading it, you'll find it very beneficial in determining the nature of your dreams...

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Bad dreams are a plot and deception from shaitaan, whose aim is to cause fear from other than Allah(swt).
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Surah Al-Imran Ayath 175.

It is only Shaitân (Satan) that suggests to you the fear of his Auliyâ' [supporters and friends (polytheists, disbelievers in the Oneness of Allâh and in His Messenger, Muhammad SAW)], so fear them not, but fear Me, if you are (true) believers.
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you should never share a bad dream either. For example, if a pious Muslim is drinking alcohol (Alcohol: Beer; Intoxicants; Nonalcoholic wine)in a dream. You should not even ask the interpretations to the learned scholars as well.

However, they too have interpretations. But, that would be out of scope for a layman.

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“In the last days, such liars will emerge who will tell you such new things (baseless interpretations and distortions about Islam), which neither you, nor your forebears would have heard about. Beware of them, beware of them. It should not happen that they lead you astray”.[Muslim]


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However, they too have interpretations. But, that would be out of scope for a layman.



That's a better summary of what I wanted to say. How else can they be understood by the layman without imparting the knowledge on with hikma?

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Dream interpretation in Islam is a mean to analyse past and future situations, and is one of the 46 parts of prophecy.
There are 3 kind of dreams in Islam :
1. Rahmani - The truthful dreams. These are the dreams of the Prophets and of the righteous people who follow them. They may also happen to other people, but this is very rare, such as the dream of the kaafir king which was interpreted for him by Yoosuf (peace be upon him). True dreams are those which come true in real life as they were seen in the dream.

2. Nafsani - The dream stemming from personal desire, psychological, they come from within a person.
3. Shaytani - The dream coming from the devil (Shaytaan)
The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: Dreams are of three types: a dream from Allaah, a dream which causes distress and which comes from the Shaytaan, and a dream which comes from what a person thinks about when he is awake, and he sees it when he is asleep. (al-Bukhaari, 6499; Muslim, 4200)

When he sees something that happens to him in real life, or he wishes it would happen, and he sees it very realistically in his dream; or he see what usually happens to him when he is awake or what reflects his mood. These dreams usually speak of the future or the present, rarely of the past.
See: Fath al-Baari, 12/352-354

True dreams are a part of Prophethood, as it was reported that the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: True dreams are one of the forty-six parts of Prophethood. (al-Bukhaari, 6472; Muslim, 4201)

Dreams marked the onset of Revelation (al-Bukhaari, 3; Muslim, 231).
The truthfulness of the dream is related to the sincerity of the dreamer. Those who have the most truthful dreams are those who are the most truthful in speech. (Muslim, 4200)

Towards the end of time, hardly any dreams will be false. The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: That will be because the Prophethood and its effects will be so far away in time, so the believers will be given some compensation in the form of dreams which will bring them some good news or will help them to be patient and steadfast in their faith. (al-Bukhaari, 6499; Muslim, 4200)

The same may be said of the miracles which appeared after the time of the Sahaabah. This did not happen during their time because they did not need them, due to their strong faith, but the people who came after them needed them (the miracles) because their faith was weak.

Abu Sa’eed al-Khudri (may Allaah be pleased with him) said: the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: If any one of you sees a dream that he likes, this is from Allaah, so let him praise Allaah for it and talk about it to others. If he sees other than that, a dream that he dislikes, this is from the Shaytaan, so let him seek refuge with Allaah from its evil and not mention it to anyone, for it will not harm him. (Narrated by al-Bukhaari, 6584, and Muslim, 5862).

The dreams of the Prophets are wahy (revelation) for they are protected from the Shaytaan. The Ummah is agreed upon this. This is why Ibraaheem set out to fulfil the command of Allaah to sacrifice his son Ismaa’eel when he saw that in a dream; may peace be upon them both.

The dreams of people other than the Prophets are to be examined in the light of the clear Wahy [i.e., the Qur'aan and Sunnah]. If they are in accordance with the Qur’aan and Sunnah, all well and good; otherwise, they should not be acted upon. This is a very serious matter indeed, for many of the innovators among the Sufis and others have gone astray because of this.

Whoever wants to have true dreams should strive to speak honestly, eat halaal food, adhere to the commandments of sharee’ah, avoid that which Allaah and His Messenger (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) have forbidden, sleep in a state of complete purity facing the Qiblah, and remember Allaah until he feels his eyelids drooping. If he does all this, then his dreams can hardly be untrue.

The most truthful of dreams are those that are seen at the time of suhoor [just before dawn], for this is the time when Allaah descends and when mercy and forgiveness are close. It is also the time when the devils are quiet, unlike the time of darkness just after sunset, when the devils and devilish souls spread out.
(See Madaarij al-Saalikeen, 1/50-52)

Abu Qutaadah said: the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: Good dreams come from Allaah, and (bad) dreams come from Shaytaan. Whoever sees something that he dislikes, let him spit to his left three times and seek refuge with Allaah from the Shaytaan, for it will not harm him. (Narrated by al-Bukhaari, 6594, and Muslim, 5862). The spitting referred to here is a soft, dry spitting with no saliva ejected.
It was reported from Jaabir (may Allaah be pleased with him) that the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: If any one of you sees a dream that he dislikes, let him spit to his left three times, and seek refuge with Allaah from the Shaytaan three times, and turn over from the side on which he was sleeping. (Narrated by Muslim, 5864)

Ibn Hajar said: to sum up what has been said about good dreams, we may say three things:
A person should praise Allaah for the good dream

He should feel happy about it
He should talk about it to those whom he loves but not to those whom he dislikes.
To sum up what has been said about bad dreams, we may say four things:
He should seek refuge with Allaah from the evil of the dream
He should seek refuge with Allaah from the evil of the Shaytaan
He should spit to his left three times when he wakes up
He should not mention it to anyone at all.

In al-Bukhaari, Baab al-Qayd fi’l-Manaam, a fifth thing was narrated from Abu Hurayrah, which is to pray. The wording of the report is: whoever sees something he dislikes (in a dream) should not tell anyone about it; rather he should get up and pray. This was reported as a Mawsool report by Imaam Muslim in his Saheeh.
Muslim added a sixth thing, which is to turn over from the side on which one was lying.

In conclusion, there are six things to do, the four mentioned above, plus praying two rak’ahs, for example, and turning over from the side on which one was lying to lie on one’s back, for example.
See Fath al-Baari, 12/370.

According to a hadeeth narrated from Abu Razeen by al-Tirmidhi, he should not tell anybody about it except a very close friend who loves him very much, or who is very wise. According to another report, he should not talk about it except to one who is wise or one who is dear to him. According to another report, he should not tell of his dream except to a scholar or one who will give sincere advice. Al-Qaadi Abu Bakr ibn al- Arabi said: as for the scholar, he will interpret it in a good way for him as much as he can, and the one who will give him sincere advice will teach him something that will be of benefit to him and will help him to do that. The one who is wise is the one who knows how to interpret it and will tell him only that which will help him, otherwise he will keep quiet. The one who is dear, if he knows something good he will say it, and if he does not know or he is in doubt, he will keep quiet.
See Fath al-Baari, 12/369

Imaam al-Baghawi said:
Know that the interpretation of dreams falls into various categories. Dreams may be interpreted in the light of the Qur’aan or in the light of the Sunnah, or by means of the proverbs that are current among people, or by names and metaphors, or in terms of opposites. (Sharh al-Sunnah, 12/220)

He gave examples of this, such as:
Interpretation in the light of the Qur’aan: such as a rope meaning a covenant, because Allaah says (interpretation of the meaning):
And hold fast, all of you together, to the Rope of Allaah [Aal Imraan 3:103]

Interpretation in the light of the Sunnah: such as the crow representing an immoral man (faasiq), because the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) called it such.

Interpretation by means of proverbs: such a digging a hole meaning a plot, because people say Whoever digs a hole will fall in it.

Interpretation by means of names: such as seeing a man called Raashid meaning wisdom.

Interpretation by means of opposites: such as fear meaning safety, because Allaah says (interpretation of the meaning):
And He will surely give them in exchange a safe security after their fear [al-Noor 24:55]
- Sheikh Muhammed Salih Al-Munajjid

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the Prophet pbuh gave two types of disclaimers to the good pleasant dream that gives glad tidings and the bad dream that brings fear, anguish and worry. The Prophet pbuh warned us about the bad dreams, which are inflicted upon us by the forces of Devils and Shayateen. They may include terrible visions which inflict upon its sufferer anxiety and great worry. The Prophet pbuh told us not to fear those dreams as they are from the Shaitan and the Shaitan brings nothing but lies. And in this he gave us glad tidings that it will not happen. He also gave a disclaimer not to tell people concerning these dreams. Mainly because it creates panic and problems for those nearest to the person and to the person him or herself.

As for the Good and pleasant dream. It is from Allaah SWT. The Prophet pbuh interpeted dreams and EVEN allowed the companions who had sound judgement and wisdom, to also interpret dreams. We may attempt to interpret them but with such dreams, and the even more complex forms of these dreams, in the end only Allaah knows its true meaning but there maybe ways to interpret it, but always ending with "And Allaah knows best". The Prophet pbuh gave a disclaimer for this kind of dream as well, not only the Prophet Muhammad pbuh but even Prophet Ya'qub. The disclaimer was to tell it to those whom you love alone. These kind of dreams might create jealousy and envy among people if it is spread to everyone and anyone. Also if you desire to find an interpretation, take it to someone with sound knowledge ilm and wisdom. Someone who has studied this field and knows alot about it.

and in the end, Allaah is most high and knows best.

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Hadiths pertaining to the subject:

Book 029, Number 5616:
Abu Qatada reported Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon him) as saying: A good vision is from Allah and a bad dream (hulm) is from the satan; so if one of you sees anything (in a dream which he dislikes, he should spit on his left side thrice and seek refuge with Allah from its evil, and then it will never harm him. Abu Salama said: I used to see dreams weighing more heavily upon me than a mountain; but since I heard this hadith I don't care for it (its burden).

Book 029, Number 5619:
Abu Salama replied: I used to see (such horrible dreams) that I fell ill. I saw Abu Qatada who also said: I used to see dreams which made me sick until I heard Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon him) as saying: Good dreams are from Allah, so if any one of you sees which he likes he should not disclose it to one but whow he loves, but if he sees something which he does not like he should spit on his left side thrice and seek refuge with Allah from the mischief of the satan and its mischief (i. e. of the dream), and he should not relate it to anyone, then it would not harm him.

Book 029, Number 5621:
Abu Huraira reported Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon him) as saying: When the time draws near (when the Resurrection is near) a believer's dream can hardly be false. And the truest vision will be of one who is himself the most truthful in speech, for the vision of a Muslim is the forty-fifth part of Prophecy, and dreams are of three types: one good dream which is a sort of good tidings from Allah; the evil dream which causes pain is from the satan; and the third one is a suggestion of one's own mind; so if any one of you sees a dream which he does not like he should stand tip and offer prayer and he should not relate it to people, and he said: I would love to see fetters (in the dream), but I dislike wearing of necklace, for the fetters is (an indication of) one's steadfastness in religion. The narrator said: I do not know whether this is a part of the hadith or the words of Ibn Sirin.


Abu Sa’eed al-Khudri (may Allaah be pleased with him) said: the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “If any one of you sees a dream that he likes, this is from Allaah, so let him praise Allaah for it and talk about it to others. If he sees other than that, a dream that he dislikes, this is from the Shaytaan, so let him seek refuge with Allaah from its evil and not mention it to anyone, for it will not harm him.” (Narrated by al-Bukhaari, 6584, and Muslim, 5862).
sleeping.” (Narrated by Muslim, 5864)

Ibn Hajar said: to sum up what has been said about good dreams, we may say three things:

A person should praise Allaah for the good dream

He should feel happy about it

He should talk about it to those whom he loves but not to those whom he dislikes.

To sum up what has been said about bad dreams, we may say four things:

He should seek refuge with Allaah from the evil of the dream

He should seek refuge with Allaah from the evil of the Shaytaan

He should spit to his left three times when he wakes up

He should not mention it to anyone at all.

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I need someone to interprete this dream of mine. It was in the last Ramadan. I was in a stadium(looks like stadium but i am not sure) in Austria(Europe). There was big gathering of people, both men and women. There were big screens everywhere. Someone was making speech and the people were shouting with support. The man was Austrian. But he was not white but looks like between arab and white - mixed. He was medium short. Black hair with blue suit. At his right side there was tall black man with black suit. The speech was about international war in the near future. This man was the leader of the of the international army. I see on the screens soldiers with gray(ranger). But i see only their back. The enemy was not known. But it was thought to be some underground organised people but not yet collected. But expected to be collected very soon and create big danger to the world. I belonged to the later party. But i dont know why and how i was there. I was standing in the middle of the stadium. But the people around with chairs. There was nobody i know there. The people asks and the man replies. But i remember only one question. Somebody said 'why are you recruiting soldiers only from Holland?' the man replied 'it is our interest.' i.e. to do so. he didnt worry to explain. This is the end. I dont know Austria, Holland or any part of Europe. Allah knows that i said the truth.


Do you remember the time of this dream? Is it after fajr Adhaan or before it?

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My brother, mother and I have all had such dreams (directly or indirectly) connected to the end times.

I keep dreaming about tsunamis and big waves hitting the coast, as I stand there and look at it. The wave hits me and throw me off a couple of meters away, but I somehow always manage to survive.

My mother had a dream about a bald man, whom she at first thought was the Mahdi. In her dream she comes to the conclusion, that he cannot be the Mahdi (a.s), the man appears right in front of her in a doorway and his features starts changing into those of an ugly beast. Luckily my mother grabs a plate and hits him in the head, before he can change completely to whatever he is.
I believe that the imposter is the Dajjal.

My littlebrother once had a dream about a man wearing black clothes, mourning over something. He had the feeling that this man was the coming imam Mahdi (a.s). When he woke up, he told my mother about his dream and guess what's on the news when they turn on the TV? The news about imam Hadi's (a.s) shrine been bombed by terrorists the same night, in which he had that dream.


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My brother, mother and I have all had such dreams (directly or indirectly) connected to the end times.

I keep dreaming about tsunamis and big waves hitting the coast, as I stand there and look at it. The wave hits me and throw me off a couple of meters away, but I somehow always manage to survive.

If one sees strong waves bringing seawater to his street without causing damages in a dream, it means that a ruler or a great person will enter or visit that locality. You would have understood the interpretation now.

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My mother had a dream about a bald man, whom she at first thought was the Mahdi. In her dream she comes to the conclusion, that he cannot be the Mahdi (a.s), the man appears right in front of her in a doorway and his features starts changing into those of an ugly beast. Luckily my mother grabs a plate and hits him in the head, before he can change completely to whatever he is. I believe that the imposter is the Dajjal.


As for your mother dream, its loss of property or money , she witnessed the loss of property at her doorway. The situation is getting ugly as beast and she manages to sell some property to get ride of it. :) he is not the imposter.

If you want to extract the in depth meaning of the dream here is the source of Ibn Sarin work on dream interpretation.

Baldness: (Alopecia; Baldheadedness; Balding; Hairless) In a dream, baldness means loss of job or falling in rank. If one sees himself bald-headed in a dream, it means that his superior will lose money in business to the authorities or by a fire that will eat up his property. It also can be interpreted as becoming needy, or if he is indebted, it means that he will payoff his loan. If one sees his hair thinned until it reaches baldness in a dream, it means that he may lose his wealth or perhaps it could mean losing face with the people. If one sees himself
sitting with a bald-headed woman in a dream, it means that he is engaging in a project that is tainted with suspicion, or it could mean that he will become a victim to temptation. Seeing a baldheaded woman in a dream also signifies drought and scarcity. In a dream, baldheadedness also means money that is received from one's superior at work and requires tremendous efforts to earn. Such earnings will costs more than what they are worth.

Plate: In a dream, a plate represents one's beloved, or it could mean going through hard times, or it could represent locusts or money. A plate in a woman's dream represents the best man in her circles. If a man sees a plate in his dream, it represents the most respected woman in his circles. If one sees a covered plate being taken out of the room of a sick person, the contents represent the cause of his illness.

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My littlebrother once had a dream about a man wearing black clothes, mourning over something. He had the feeling that this man was the coming imam Mahdi (a.s). When he woke up, he told my mother about his dream and guess what's on the news when they turn on the TV? The news about imam Hadi's (a.s) shrine been bombed by terrorists the same night, in which he had that dream.

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You brother will witness a great downfall of his nation and a great loss ( I dont want elaborate it). Insha Allah , during his life time he may see Al-Mahdi .

If you want to extract the in depth meaning of the dream here is the source of Ibn Sarin work on dream interpretation.

Wearing a black garment in a dream means a bad omen, but if one is used to wearing black clothing, then it means honor, wealth and receiving a high ranking position.

Lamenting: (Mourning; Wailing; Yowling) Lamenting and desiring something in a dream connotes evil. Lamentation in a dream also represents a preacher or it could represent a putrid odor that comes from opening the door of a filthy lavatory. Lamentation in a dream also represents dogs' yowling, drum beating,
the ringing sound of cymbals, or it could mean a wedding. Sitting in a place where people are lamenting and mourning their dead in a dream means that an ominous evilmaytake place in that locality, or perhaps it could mean separation between families and friends. If one sees himself mourning a deceased person in a dream, it means that harm will come to him from the descendents or family of the departed person. Lamenting with great pain and sorrow and mourning over a deceased person in a dream also means waking up to a great joy and happiness. Lamenting in a dream also means adversities which are driven by the person who is lamenting. It also means going astray, or it could denote a flute, as the flute denotes lamenting in a dream. Lamenting in a dream also represents the work of ignorance.

In a dream, hunger means wearing the garments of mourning, being seized by fear, or tightening one's fist. Hunger in a dream also represents financial losses, eagerness to maintain a certain level of standards, persistence in seeking one's livelihood or pursuing one's trade, or love for the world. Some dream interpreters prefer hunger over satiation and thist over thirst-quenching in a dream.

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Yesterday night I had a dream that I was walking across the street and I heard something so recognising and distinctive... Then I looked at a building and I heard that it was the AZAN alhamdulilah! I then went on a website called "myislamicdream" to see what the meaning was. Then I exactly found the description!. I looked at the islamic month and it was still Muharram!

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Hearing the Athaan in any Month Other than Thil-Hijjah — If the athaan is heard in any other month besides the months of Hajj it means he will impart the knowledge of Deen through discourses and lectures. The same applies to athaan heard in streets and lanes. Source:Strong


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Latest dreams i had was that i recieved a pen from some unknown guy and i woke up happy about it. Though i felt like... Who gives a pen as a gift :S i mean its a pen what should i do with it. Later on i went to find out what it mean.

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Pen — (Pencil; Tongue) In a dream, a pen represents knowledge, learning, a child, a tradesman, or commanding what is good and forbidding what is evil. If a tradesman or a craftsman sees a pen in his dream, it means that he will be successful in his trade, or that he will preside over people of the same trade. If a tradesman earns something with a pen, or writes an invoice with it in a dream, it means that he will be protected from poverty through his trade. If a writer sees himself carrying a pen, or holding a paper, or an inkwell in a dream, it also means having a source of income, protection against poverty, earning one's livelihood from writing, or from working under someone in authority. A pen in a dream also represents one's manager, his controller, a cosigner, a witness in an agreement, entering into a marriage agreement, or it could represent an intelligent son who will become a famous writer. Owning a pen or receiving a one as a gift in a dream means acquiring knowledge. Then, if one proceeds to write with it in his dream, it means receiving an appointment, or occupying a position of authority. Looking at a pen one is holding in his hand and seeing another pen laying beside him in a dream denotes having a half brother, or if one's mother is pregnant, it means that she will deliver a new son. A pen in a dream also means a guarantee. If one's wife is pregnant, then if he sees a pen laying beside an inkwell in his dream, it means that she will beget a son. Holding a pen in a dream also means making an oath. If one's pen is broken or scratched in a dream, it will reflect on his business, trade and livelihood. Moistening a pen from an inkwell in a dream means committing a sin. A pen in a dream also represents virtues by which one is known, or it could mean complying with a court judgement, or signing a court order, or it could represent a scholar, a judge, one's tongue, a sword, one's penis, a railway, generosity, abundance, humankind, one's confidant, or winning victory over one's enemy. If one's pen looks in good condition in the dream, it means that one's oath or covenant is true. Otherwise, a defective pen in a dream represents a false oath, or a biased agreement. A pen in a dream also means longevity and prosperity. (Also see Tongue) Source:Strong


Now the problem for me here is that im still unsure what the dream means.

Tradesman? Maybe, ya, Knowledge? Commanding what is good and forbidding what is evil?
But then we have another one, Marriage...

Now about Marriage, im also having other dreams about that but the problem is i always wake up angry :P I Know im not ment to be saying bad dreams but the problem is i dont know if its bad dream or not since, this kind of dream is kinda increasing. Always dreaming about marriage but each time i see different girl, her name, her hair etc.

But what buggs me off the most is that im always angry because i dont want to get married and this is probably why my body is refusing to add these dreams as a good feeling dream but rather it feels like a Nightmare :P

My latest dream about marriage went like this. I saw a girl chewing bubblegum and talking on phone and in my head i was like disgusted and was like, wow look how the girls are acting today but then all suddenly i found out it was my wife :P Woke up screaming NOOOOOOO..

Well actually wasnt screaming but thinking! :D.

Funny part is.. I never remember my dreams except nightmares which goes all around, same story (though at younger age) or when i dream about dead people that i knew.


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salaam

have u considered this ?
the pen represents knowledge of islaam. the girl represents dunya. you dont like her(dunya) & you get a pen(knowledge) in return. this might denote a rise in knowledge of deen/guidance. if you had liked the girl(dunya) the pen would have meant increasing worldly knowledge.
i get so many dreams that is why research them on the internet. this is what i know in your case.

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