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Please explain my dream

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Asalamu alakum. I am in love with someone, we plan on getting married but don’t know what my parents will say (they don’t know about him). He is a Muslim but he dates and goes clubbing. He promises all that will change. He did that stuff before we met so he says when we get married he will stop. Insha Allah every thing works out for the best. Anyway my dream is that I was in my room with him and a girl who is a friend of his, but it felt like they went out with each other. So I?m in my room I was laying in bed with him and we were so happy. The girl was curled up at the edge of the bed next to our feet. It was as if she did not matter to us. I gave him a kiss and we told each other we loved each other (felt a kind of like we were married). Then my mom wanted to come into my room so I told both of them to go out the window. Then I went out the room to distract my mom and when I came back later they were both still hiding in the closet so I told them to go out the window again! . Then I went down to distract everyone. Its hard to explain the dream so please help explain what you can. Thank you wa gazaak Allahu kaeer


Getting married is a big step in life. It may be a means of peace and
harmony or grief and agony. Much depends on the marriage partner.

We advise you exercise precaution in choosing your marriage partner and for
that you should discuss the matter with your parents. They have love for you
as well as experience. Their guidance will be motivated by their love for
you and your best interest. You cannot simply marry a person based on his
promise to change. Many young girls have witnessed unfulfilled promises and
experienced grief and rejection by their partners after marriage. We have
observed that dating often becomes an addiction and that ruins marriage. We,
therefore, advise you exercise precaution and not base your decision on a
simple dream.

and Allah Ta’ala Knows Best

Mufti Ebrahim Desai

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