Love in Islam: Hi all readers! In this article I will explain again some things related to people who have dead. Now, I will explain the cry from heaven to the person who has died. That all can motivate us to always do good.
In a hadith it is explained, that when a person’s spirit has left his body, he is called up to three times from the sky, “O son of Adam! Have you left the world or have the world left you?! Do you have gathered the world or has the world gathered you?! Did you kill the world or did the world kill you?”
If the person has been placed on the bath, then he is called out with three exclamations, “O son of Adam! Where is your strong body?! How weak you are right now! Where is your eloquent tongue?! How silent you are right now! Where are your lovers?! How lonely you are right now!”
If the person has been put in his shroud, he is called out with three exclamations, “O son of Adam! You will go far without carrying any provisions! You will come out of your house and you will not come back! You will ride a horse and you will never ride a vehicle like that again for ever! You will go to a very terrible house!”
If the person has been laid on the coffin coffin then, he is called out with three exclamations, “You will get good, if you are a person who repents! You will get good, if your deeds are good! You will get good, if Allah’s good pleasure be with you! You will be damned if the wrath of Allah is with you!”
If the person has been put to death, he is called out with three summonses, “Now you see all the deeds you have done. If your actions are good, then you see them as good. But if your actions are bad, then you see it as something bad.”
If the person has been laid on the edge of the grave, then he is called out with three exclamations, “O son of Adam! You did not gather stock in world life for this destruction! You do not bring wealth to this poverty. You do not bring light to this darkness.”
If he has been placed in the tomb, then he is called with three calls, “O son of Adam! In the past on my back you laughed and now in my stomach you cry! You were happy on my back and now in my stomach you are sad! You used to talk on my back then now you are in my stomach!”
If people have left him, then Allah Taala said, “O my servant! Now you are alone and lonely. They have left you in the darkness of the grave, even though you have opposed Me because of them, their wives and children. On this day I bless you with grace that will amaze all beings. I love you more than a mother loves her child.”
All Readers! That is a brief explanation of exclamation to people who have died. Hopefully we can benefit from the story. Amen!
I think that’s enough for this article. May be useful!
See you in the next article!
Abdurrahim bin Ahmad al-Qadli, Daqqa’iqul Akhbaar fii Dzikri al-Jannati wa an-Naar, al-Haramain Publishing, Surabaya, Indonesia, p. 10.