An incomplete wudhu with ordinary clean water suggest that the observer’s worldly and religious pursuits will remain incomplete. But as opposed to wudhu with milk, wine etc, matter will be less harsh. The same applies with salaah which is incomplete.
An incomplete athaan during any month other than Thil-Hijjah means he will steal something from which he will not profit a tall and, instead, he will become popular as a chief.
Seeing oneself calling out an incomplete athaan during the months of Hajj suggests that the observer of the dream is among the good and pious people. It could also mean he will proceed for Hajj but will not be able to complete it.
This ancient and powerful symbol has general meaning for all and specific meaning for the dreamer. It represents the coming together of the world of man with that of God; the material with the spiritual. The purpose of the pyramids was to bury the dead and to assist them into reaching eternity. In this way, […]
One feels incomplete without something being added.
1. A feeling of incompleteness (as in an “empty hole”). 2. Nourishment, usually spiritual, sometimes cultural.
İndication that some legality is incomplete
An incomplete amount, not a nickel
An unresolved problem or an incomplete event of destiny; when resolved, the dreams will cease
(Accomplished; Compassed) A finished business in a dream connotes life and continuity. Completing good deeds in a dream means desiring to have children. Completing one’sjob in a dream is a sign of prosperity for rich people and the strong ones. It also signifies owning properties and having control over a vast land and its people. […]