Returning a merchandise

…(Business) Returning a merchandise to the merchant in a dream represents a highway robber, a thief, obstructing the trade, delaying a traveller, failing to observe the laws, or being…

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Padlock

…in a dream means managingand controlling one’s business in accordance with the divine laws. If one’s door does not have a lock in a dream, it means that one has…

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Magistrate

…A magistrate in everyday life imposes the laws of society for the good of the community in which we live. A judgement must be made as to what is for…

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Law

…in waking life as with ‘the law’ in the sense of authority. In dreams, our own internal sense of justice tends to take precedence over the laws of society….

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Scaffold / Scaffolding

…may, for instance, be aware that we have offended against some of society’s laws and beliefs, and must be held to account. We also may need to look at our…

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Mosque

…of establishing the divine laws as well as he is the symbol of Islam and the decisive judge between the lawful and the unlawful. Smelling an apple inside a mosque…

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Omar

…one’s enemy, annihilating hatred with love, good luck with one’s in-laws, renouncing one’s attachment to worldly things, though being capable of winning it, or presiding over people with justice, love…

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Shoemaker

…jurisprudence relating to inheritance laws.Ashoemaker in a dream has manymeanings. Some shoemakers specialize in repairing women’s shoes. In that case, in a dream, he represents a pimp or a brothel…

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Vice-regent

…represents someone who establishes the laws of his religion and follows the example of Gods Prophet, upon whom be peace. Whatever he is wearing in the dream connotes ones own…

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Village

…Avillage in a dream also could signify injustice, innovations, corruption, disregarding the divine laws, or discarding the moral standards set by the community. A village in a dream also could…

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