He made a bad state of me and I could no longer remain in the grave. Hence I have come out leaving the dead man to the mercy of his evil deeds".
(The dead man's evil deeds were more stronger than his good ones). When Shaikh Baha'i heard this incident, he told the wise man, Verily the incident is true, because it is narrated that the deeds (good or bad) which a person performs in his life-time, are given a physical form".
Shaikh Sadooq in his book Amali' narrates that once Qays bin Asim Minqari came to the presence of the Holy Prophet (S.A.W.S.) accompanied by some people of Bani
Tameem. He requested the Prophet to advice him. The Holy Prophet (S.A.W.S.) replied, "0 Qays! When you die, a companion will also be buried along-with you, who will be alive while you will be dead.
If the companion would be blessed, you will get peace, and if he would be accursed, you will fall in anguish. Compel your companion to become good, because if you will be good, you will love him and respect him. While if you will be bad, you will hate him and neglect him. Verily this companion are your good deeds". Qays said, "O
Prophet of Allah! I wish that this advise be framed in a beautiful couplet, so that it could become the reason for our honour".
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