Honey

…wealth that he hs inherited or will inherit. It also symbolises Islamic and Qur’aanic knowledge. Any sweetmeats made of honey or sugar symbolises a person’s wealth and halaal rizq….

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Honey-Bee

A diligent worker who interacts well with others

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Jar / Vase

Imam Jafar al-Sadiq: Interpreted upon 4 sides: hypocrite employee, maid woman, straightness of religion, goodness of body, long lifetime, blessing, inheritance from [direction of] women….

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Jar

…To be conscious of being jarred – of being shaken in some way – indicates that we are not controlling the way we are moving forward. We are putting…

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Water Jar / container

Imam Jafar al-Sadiq: interpreted upon 11 sides: Woman, [male] servant, young girl & straightness of religion, goodness of body, long lifetime, wealth, blessing, good, prosperity, inheritance from the…

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Jar

It safely stores something important and timely, i.E. God bottles our tears, never forgetting

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Jar

…To dream of empty jars, denotes impoverishment and distress. To see them full, you will be successful. If you buy jars, your success will be precarious and your burden…

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Honey

Symbolic of the law, teachings, testimony, and judgments of the Lord, Ps. 19:7-10

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