I was at the second last row for taraawiih prayers and I was thinking to myself :
You know what. It was too hard for you to join the jemaah for the past few years.
You’ll be anywhere at the back for now.
But maybe, just maaybe, one day He’ll make it easy for you to be at the front row. Allahumma aamiin.
I was asking Him to lift the physical pain from you
Then I remembered what the family of Sayyidina Yassir رضي الله عنهم got
So I stayed quiet
Wrapped myself in His words instead
وما عند الله خير وأبقى
I just don’t know what to ask
So I just mentioned the name I called you to Him
That’s all I did
Summarization: I had a dream in which a dead body was asked about its prayer. The answer given was what it gave in this world “Five minutes. Five Minutes”
I hope this dream i had
Will change something in this heart
There could be a lesson here
To be ponder upon
I was together with a few others
Wrapping something with a white cloth as if doing kufn
It was not still though
It wrestles with us as if not wanting to be covered
With the instructions of someone
We listened and finally the kufn was done
I stared at it wondering what is inside
It looks like a rectangular box just now
But now it is as if a body of a small frame person
The bottom covered with a small pool of blood
We were about to leave the ‘dead body’
But the one instructing us just now gestured us to wait
As if to witness what will happen to it
And to make us to take back home something from it
It was asked about solaah
The pillar of our diin
The prayer that is obliged by muslims
Five times a day, everyday
The answer to it?
I heard as if a recording player was played
With some noisy background
The mayyit responded : “Five Minutes. Five Minutes!”
Suddenly in a blink of an eye
It got Extinguised?! Evaporated!? Poof!?
I do not know!
Oh what just happened to the mayyit?!
Ya Rahmaan do not make me
A disobedient servant to you
Someone who ignores the call of the prayer
Or perhaps delays it to later
Grant me goodness in this world
And goodness in the hereafter
And save me from the chastisement of the fire