Hand Rising From Grave

A Hand Rising From Grave

During the time of the Prophet (blessings and peace of Allah be upon him), he would often ask for the steadfastness of the deceased after his burial. In a nutshell, he would ask for forgiveness. While the Prophet was not prone to bribing people, he was often a target of the evil Polytheists, who would go to great lengths to stifle his voice and tamper with his body.

The best part of this story is that it was not just the Prophet (blessings and peace be upon him) who was entrusted with this tidbit. In fact, the story was narrated by an obscure narrator who supposedly had no direct line to the Prophet. In fact, the narrator was a fellow named Uthmaan. The aforementioned narrator subsequently published the story in his Book of Jihaad. In addition to the story, it also spawned a plethora of other stories. In particular, Uthmaan relates a story about a hand that reaches out from the side of a granite monument. This was the most noteworthy and most impressive of the stories.

The aforementioned hand is a mere smidgen smaller than the hand that reached out from the side of a granite monument. However, the aforementioned hand still remains the most noteworthy and impressive of the lot. This is because it is the most likely to get its fingers snagged by the neophyte in the know.

While the name of the hand that reaches out from the side of the granite monument may be a mouthful, its functions are more than capable of handling the task. Besides, the aforementioned hand is the sexiest of all hands, albeit, the one that is affixed to a granite monument. This makes it the most likely heir to the throne. Having said that, the aforementioned hand may be a bit of a pain to carry around. Thankfully, it is also the most likely to reappear. After all, the hand has already been in a graveyard for hundreds of years, if not thousands of years.

As for the hand that reaches out from the side, a good rule of thumb is to use the other hand to reposition the first. This is especially true if the first hand is a tad too large. This also helps avoid accidental amputation of the fingers.

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