Drawing water from the well and seeing impurities and filth in such water means the person doing so will pollute his wealth with haraam wealth.
If the bucket used for drawing water is seen as broken it means the help he used to render to the people will cease. Sometimes the well is interpreted as cunningness, cheating, grief and sorrow.
Drawing water from the well and irrigating the roots of a tree means the person will utilize his wealth in bring up orphans and educating them.
If a person dreams that he has drawn water from the well and given it to people to drink, it means he will be a means of providing livelihood to orphans, the weak and poor. It also means he will live a life of piety and virtue. Perhaps his wealth may become a means of […]
It implies a person losing part of his wealth to the king or authorities.
A perfectly drawn circle in your dream is a prediction of many good things to come, and prosperity beyond measure. If you draw the circle yourself, be careful that you’re taking advantage of all your opportunities. If the circle is wobbly, or appears to be a child’s drawing, you will still reach your goals but […]
If you dream you’re in a house built underground, it means is a chance of loss of fortune and reputation if certain aspects of daily living are not changed. It can also indicate the need and desire for greater security; hence hiding from life by living ‘underground’. Another would be a withdrawing from all aspects […]
To dream of a magnet means you will have the power to draw many things into your life according to your wishes. A woman may have much wealth and love showered on her as a result of this dream. A magnet dream is usually a good one but again you need to place it within […]
General Meaning: A season of obscurity but also of intimacy with the Lord. In a negative sense, a cave is a picture of trying to escape the pressures of life. • Positive: Although it might not seem that a cave can be a positive place, it does speak of a place of being protected and […]
Rude labor, drawing water, etc., denotes servitude to the rich and profit to the poor (Gypsy).