Looking into the Qur’aan and reciting it depicts and Hikmah (i.e. Islamic knowledge and wisdom). In general, reciting the Qur’aan Symbolises truthfulness in speech and conduct.
If a person sees himself as being helpless in lifting a necklace and wearing it, it means he is a man of great Islamic learning but unable to act upon it.
If a person sees himself as wearing earrings it means he will commit to memory the Holy Qur’aan, acquire Islamic knowledge and learn such ilm through which he will become a celebrity amongst the people. For a woman, the mere seeing of earrings represent her husband and children.
Allah will remove his grief and bestow him with honour by granting him knowledge in a variety of Islamic sciences.
Witnessing any of the two Islamic Festivals in the dream means an end to all his perplexities, grief and sorrow. It also means increase in his rizq.
It presents a person’s accumulated wealth. At times it is 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.
As above, he symbolises a faqeeh, jurist and a man of great Islamic learning.
He symbolises a faqeeh, jurist and a man of great Islamic learning.
He will acquire Islamic Knowledge.
Seeing a turtle walking on the road or in a garbage or in a dumping place means that the inhabitants of that place have little or no regard for Islamic knowledge. They will soon be deprived of Ilm and Ulama.