Once a man saw a big tent and a poor man sitting under it in his dream. The man under the tent was addressing a prince in Turkish and telling him without bending: “One thousand shirts, 0 Iurlur!” When he woke up, the man told his dream to a shaikh, who replied: “The prince in that dream will attain a great kingdom.”
Sometime later, a man was placed on the throne and was known by AI-Malik AI-Ziihir, also known as Abi-Fiitih Iurlur. Remembering his dream, the man went to AI-Malik AI-Ziihir and related his dream to him. Immediately, king AI-Ziihir ordered that one thousand shirts be distributed to the poor people of that town.
A dream interpreter once said: “I saw in a dream a man who was blindfolded with a blue piece of cloth. I asked him: ‘Do you know what happened to my father?’ The man replied: ‘Your father is dead.’ Then he took me to my father’s grave, where I felt a great loss, and I hugged it, cried, and wailed. When I woke up. I told another dream interpreter, who was a friend of mine, about my dream. He smiled and said: ‘Your father’s death in the dream means his longevity, and your crying means relief from distress.
I did not accept his interpretation of my dream, for I knew better the meaning of wailing and mourning in a dream.
Soon after that, I visited my father, and my friend proudly reminded me of his interpretation. Later on, I traveled away from home. When I returned to my town, I passed by a graveyard. At the gate stood a woman who was guarding that cemetery and whose eye was bandaged with a blue piece of cloth. I knew her, so I stopped and asked her about the news.
She said to me: ‘May God grant you a long life. Your father has passed away.’ Then she took me to his grave, and I fell on it, crying and wailing, exactly as I saw in my dream. Thus, my friend’s interpretation did not come true, for he has no hand in it.”
During a pilgrimage to Mecca, a shaikh was told in a dream that he would die on such and such date. When he returned home, he held that dream to himself and waited for the time to come. Once he passed that date stated in his dream, he waited a few more days, then told someone about it, saying: “I would have not told you about this dream, had the date not passed.”The person replied: “Perhaps you miscalculated the date, or maybe it is a confusing dream.” After returning to his home, the shaikh died that same night. This is the meaning of God’s Prophet’s saying: “A dream sits on the wing of a bird and will not take effect unless it is related to someone.”
A man said to his close friend: “If you die before me, come and tell me about what you met with.” The other man replied: “And you too!” After one of them had died, he came to his friend in a dream and said: “Trust in God Almighty, and depend on Him alone, for I saw no reward better than that of (Tawakkul) trust.”
Once a man visited a cemetery. Looking at the graves, he said to himself: “I wish that a miracle takes place and that some of these people come out and tell me about what they saw!” He then sat beside one of the graves pondering, when he was seized by slumber. In his sleep, someone appeared to him in a dream and said: “Do not boast about the way you fashion the gravestones and how you maintain the look of the cemetery. For under these gravestones there are people whose cheeks have decayed. Some are blessed and are awaiting God’s reward and His paradise, while others are distressed with their past and are suffering the consequences of their deeds. Beware of heedlessness.”
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