Allah made Easy #1

My journey probably began shortly before I drafted this blog posts title on Feb 18, 2015. Alhamdulillah, today I will convert that idea into a blog series.

This series will consist of a short and concise description of a dream + hadith +dua, what some people say about me + a beautiful dua and lastly, my Tawakkul journey. That’s all I have for now but Inshallah, I will add additional posts accordingly.

A Dream + Hadith + DUA

Today, I woke up to a beautiful dream with inshallah a beautiful meaning.

Anyone who knows me, knows I dream a lot and Allah, Alhamdulillah has blessed me with some true dream and similarly, he has made my enemies visible to me through my dreams. I know its sounds surreal but I honestly feel so blessed with this opportunity and I am immensely thankful.

Ash-Shatbi رحمه الله says regarding this, “Benefit of the dream in giving the believer a glad tiding or warning, not in legislation and judgement or rulings.”

This morning, I had a short and concise dream. In this dream, I was helping a blind person. The blind person I was helping was known. He was a guy who goes to the same institution as me, I have never spoken to him or anything and I understand my subconscious assigning that role of the blind person to the only blind person I know. So, in this dream, I only recall giving him water and helping him walk. Period. I woke up mystified and I did what I always do, went straight for google. I didn’t find anything regarding a blind person, but there was mention of committing a good deed like helping others. But what really stood out is I gave the blind man water and according to the Dream Interpreter Ibn Sirin: A water carrier in a dream represents a gnostic who heals the illness of people’s hearts with his knowledge, love and wisdom and the meaning of walking in a dream implies an expression of meekness and submissiveness before one’s Lord.

I called my mom, who is obviously more knowledgeable than me and told her. Upon telling her, she mentioned that the blind guys I know that was in my dream was a representation of someone in my life. Obviously. And she mentioned the person wasn’t Jahil or ignorant but rather blind.  I was quick to remember an unforgettable ayah in Surah Baqarah as well as plenty of others surahs. Perhaps this person I helped in my dream is the “Deaf, dumb and blind” people mentioned in the Quran.

I was sooooo overwhelmed with happiness as I prayed and pray that Allah uses me to guide people to his beautiful religion. Then, I recalled when I took a Dua etiquette course called Visionaire in Ramadan 2014. One of my 6 Visionaire duaas was:

Ya Khaliq, Ya Wahab, equip me with sincere beneficial knowledge so that I can call to your religion with wisdom and beautiful preaching. – Zainab :)

I started with this post because the duaa I made for myself in 2014 is beautifully connected to the following post I will inshallah post every Sunday.



14 thoughts on “Allah made Easy #1”

  1. Barakallaho feeli sis. Allah has blessed you with true dreams and the ability to reach out and help others. It is indeed a great job you are doing as we should all try to convey our teachings of Islam. May Allah put barakah in your work!

  2. Subhanallah! I loved reading the steps you took to gain the necessary insights on your dream. Looking forward to read more on the series :)

  3. I rarely remember dreams….Sometimes I feel I never get dreams…Allhumduliah you are blessed with true dreams….keep up the good work and live sunnah life…

  4. All my dreams seem to either looking for something or someone, but never finds islamic interpretation or complete in the search.
    I been keeping a dream journal . I’m just wanting to know how I can change this.

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