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What does my dream of my deceased grandfather being able to see again mean?

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AsSalamuAlaikum, I had a dream that is too odd to ignore. In the dream, I was just walking down the hallway in my house and I stopped at my parents room, which is at the end of the hallway. I glanced in their room and was surprised to find my deceased grandfather sleeping in the bed. I knew he died, so I waited to see what was going on. He moved so that his face was clearer to see and then blinked open his eyes. I was bewildered because when he was alive, he was blind. He opened his eyes fully and stood up straight. Now his eyes were dark black and very big. He couldn’t stand straight when he was alive. He talked but I can’t remember what he was saying. I felt scared, but also like this was a happy occasion that he could see again. I asked if my youngest brother was with him when he first opened his eyes. He said yes. My grandmother also appeared in the room. She is still alive. I got happy and wanted to call my mom to tell her that Nana could see again. My little brother was also excited and we went to go call our parents about it while Nana and Nani laid back down in bed happily. I believe my Nana got the blessings of Jihad because he was able to see in his youth and then became blind, and also he died with a stomach problem. He died a little over two years ago. I don’t know what to think of this dream and I am afraid to tell anyone else. Please tell me its meaning. Jazakallahkhair.


(Fatwa: 844/628=H/1430)

It is nice dream. It indicates that your grandfather was granted an exalted status by Allah in Barzakh (transitional period between death and resurrection). The dream serves as warning too that you lack interest in isal-e-thawab (delivering reward to dead). Keep on trying to fill this gap.

Allah (Subhana Wa Ta’ala) knows Best

Darul Ifta,
Darul Uloom Deoband

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