Ask yourself about how much you share from the signs of beneficial knowledge, which are as follows:
(1) Implementing it.
(2) Hatred of being praised, complemented, or displaying haughtiness over others.
(3) Increasing your modesty with the increase of your knowledge.
(4) Fleeing from the love of leadership, fame, and worldly pleasures.
Allaah سبحانه و تعالى states,
A dream is a vision that a person sees during his sleep. The Arabic words for dream are ru'yaa (pl. ru'aa) and ḥulum (or ḥilm, pl. aḥlaam).
In the Qur'aan, the word ḥulum appears three times  - each time referring to mixed-up dreams, and the word ru'yaa appears seven times  - each time referring to truthful dreams.
In the Sunnah, "ru'yaa" and "ḥulum" are sometimes used interchangeably. More often, however, ru'yaa is used for a good dream and ḥulum for a bad one.
During sleep, our souls depart from our bodies in an obscure manner. The soul of every sleeping person is held by Allaah, and He then releases it when it is time to wake up. This is expressed by texts from both the Qur'aan and the Sunnah.
Allaah سبحانه و تعالى says,
Many scholars, such as Shaykhul Islaam Ibn Taymiyyah رحمه الله and Imaam Ibn Khaldoon رحمه الله, state that humans are social creatures. It is clear from the Qur'aan that every human being is part of a greater society and it not an island unto himself. Allaah سبحانه و تعالى says in the Qur'aan,
In general, from birth, a human is a person's son or daughter, another's brother or sister and yet another's nephew or cousin. Furthermore, almost everyone has neighbours and many have spouses. The guidance of the Qur'aan produces not only the Islamic individual with respect to his worship and character, but beyond that it also guides humans in their relationships to one another such that they create a society based on mutual understanding, rights and responsibilities all according to the guidance of the Creator, the All-Wise, the All-Knowing. This society works together as a whole and uses all of its resources in ways that are pleasing to Allaah سبحانه و تعالى.
The Qur'aan is not simply a book of laws - of dos and don'ts - but it is foremost a book of tarbiyyah or a Book that develops and allows people to grow spiritually and morally. In the following verse, Allaah سبحانه و تعالى describes the Qur'aan as a maw'idhah,
(Soorah Aali 'Imraan, 3:138)
After one truly knows Allaah سبحانه و تعالى by His names, attributes and actions, one should dearly want to know what actions he must perform to please Allaah سبحانه و تعالى and what actions not to perform in order to avoid His displeasure. In every rak'ah of every prayer, the believer must earnestly pray,