What is the opinion that the writer adopts about the one who invokes and then has a vision?

What is the opinion that the author adopts regarding the one who invokes and then has a vision? In view of the large number of questioners about these topics , especially girls who are approached by proposers , and they ask God for their sake and ask God to show them a vision that helps them to know whether this applicant is good for them, and some of them may make the visions generated under these circumstances a basis for response or acceptance This suitor !!! And for those who are surprised at the women’s actions, I add to it and say that there are some fathers who approach him and address his daughter, and he writes to me and asks me, after Istikharah, about dreams that he saw, and they may be visions, while he is confused before her. Does he spend the sermon or respond to the suitor? I have several pauses here. I hope to contemplate and reflect on it for whomever falls under the previous description : 1 / Whoever proposes a suitor to her, she must follow the path of knowledge, not dream !! 2 / To the one who presented to her, address the question about his religion, character, and faithfulness, and this is usually done by the guardian, from a father, brother or similar, and after the question he takes the path of Istikharah and there is no objection to repeating it, and after that he looks at the opinion of the girl, and after the legal vision it is decided and decided Her order, and so her decision is informed and wise, and not about dreams or visions . 3 / I noticed a lot of women who write to me, especially women, that they greatly over-accept those who apply for her early, and invoke illogical arguments, including : study, young age, somewhat old age of the fiancé, lack of financial, employment or pedigree, and some These girls refuse for no reason, but because she did not find anyone advising her or urging her to accept, and the Messenger, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him, said about the virgin : and her ears are her silence … as evidence of modesty, or the inability to declare approval, so those around her think that she is rejecting. This invites me to say that the guardian has a great task in managing the marriage and signing it, or hindering it – if you will . 4 / The guardian of a woman or a girl must not include dreams or visions in his decision-making, either with or without consent, and most of the dreams that are seen and generated in such circumstances are like the frustrations that are from the talk of the soul . 5 / Girls should not give up their first age, and to know that the sooner the age of marriage, the better for them, and with love, companionship, compromise and understanding with the husband, she can discuss any topic. To study, complete her studies, or work …. etc. 6 / The experience has indicated that a woman prefers marriage, or pregnancy and childbearing, more than studying or working, and therefore I do not see a reason why a girl would delay her marriage under the pretext of completing her studies, and what she does That someone will apply for it? And how do you know that the speech will continue to knock on her door? Ask a lot of those who missed marriage, or missed the golden age of marriage, and their refusal was due to work, self-formation, or study, and you will find that most of them, and most of them, wish that they are married and have a family, and children . 7 / It is not a requirement that whoever invokes God’s daughters, or fathers or mothers, sees a good vision, and what if he saw such a good vision; It is not a requirement that he know her correct interpretation, or be informed of it from the crossing. The expression may be contrary to the situation, or absent from the truth – and this is possible from the expressors – they are human beings who make mistakes and suffer, and there is no infallibility except for a Prophet . 8 / Most of the dreams that were seen after Istikharah have little, if not non-existent, scope for honesty. So whoever invokes it, or who is asking for something, then thinking is focused on it, in the state of waking up, and before sleeping, and this makes the person who is seeking istikhaarah may see something related to the subject of his Istikharah, and it is because of thinking about it, while its owner thinks that it is a sincere vision, and it must be expressed. And taking a decision based on its light, but what I see is a pipe dream . 9 / The abstraction may see a vision in which there are no direct symbols of the subject invoked for its sake, for here it may have a meaning in his vision that can have a significance for the extractive, and all this is according to the expression of the one who expresses the vision . 10 / There may be some type of vision that has a strong significance for the extractive; And that is if the seer was a person far from the sought-after, and he did not know about his news that was renewed and was reclaimed for its sake, and then he saw a vision that is directly related to this is sought, and what he invoked for his sake, and this is returned and happens very much, and in this type of vision there is a great degree of truthfulness, Especially if the seer is known for his honesty and righteousness . 11 / Perhaps one of the funny things about what is said here is what is said about the ancient Indians, that they used to say : The night brings us advice, and that is that they discover through their dreams an indication of their good or bad luck, and this meaning is present in the meaning of a good vision and the legitimacy of seeking it out, informing it and awaiting its realization .