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Journey to a Weird Place: A Dream of Hanging Bridges, Glowing Dogs, and Religious Tension

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Q: I saw I went to a place, weird place. I went there in a bus with more 2 people whom I knew very nicely in the dream, though I don’t know them in real life, neither I remember them. On the way people on the road were staring at the bus we were in. Then we reached the place, weird one, it was not dark but I saw few dogs crossing us and their eyes were glowing as they glow in dark. It was foggy and misty. Then we reached  to a bridge, hanging bridge joining two steep mountains. The bridge was old and weak and made up of rope. We carefully crossed the bridge. Deep down the bridge was a swampy place, covered with blood. I had a strange feeling in the bridge, as I have been there before. We crossed the bridge and reached the adjacent mountain. But the other side  of the mountain was more steep. We carefully walked down the mountain and reached a place very beautiful. It was green, very green, had small lakes with crystal clear water in between the grassland. We kept on walking to another place, which was again a bit dark. There was a community hall and people inside were praying Jesus (pbuh) and Mother Mary. One of the guy with us, belonged to the place and he was the one who took us there. He said ,these people hate us because we don’t consider Jesus (pbuh) as God. Then he took us to a small room where a old lady waited. She was the mother of the guy with us. She loved us a lot and then we were surrounded by 2 small kids including the daughter of my uncle, (she is 2 years old) , whereas the people
inside the hall praying Jesus (pbuh) were staring at us with loads of anger.Especially one man, who almost swallowed us through is eyes
Pat! then I woke up.


A: You should be very careful of the company you keep, anti Islamic literature (internet, TV, magazines, etc) you come across and the places you go. All these things can influence a person towards disbelief and sin.  

And Allah Ta’ala (الله تعالى) knows best.

Answered by:

Mufti Zakaria Makada

This answer was collected from MuftiOnline.co.za, where the questions have been answered by Mufti Zakaria Makada (Hafizahullah), who is currently a senior lecturer in the science of Hadith and Fiqh at Madrasah Ta’leemuddeen, Isipingo Beach, South Africa.

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