Is Sırat thinner than a Hair?
Somebody saw Abu Ali Dakkak in his dream after his death. He was crossing Sirat Bridge, which was very wide. He asked Abu Ali Dakkak
– We know Sirat to be thinner than a hair and sharper than a sword. Can you explain this situation? He received the following answer:
– That sentence is right but it changes depending on the person who crosses Sirat. If a person acts freely in the world and does not heed the orders and prohibitions of Allah, he will cross a narrow bridge here. If he acts carefully and obeys the orders and prohibitions of Allah in the world, he will cross a wide bridge here..."
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