…and he was seldom seen to be smiling.
My father died a long while ago, and he is [buried in a graveyard] far away from [where I live], and [as such] I am unable to visit him except after two or three years. So is it possible for me to honour him with anything, since I [live so] far away from him?
It rained over the grave of Harim ibn Hayyaan on the day he died, and then vegetation began to sprout [forthwith].
[When] Harim ibn Hayyaan died it was a hot day. So when they had finished with his grave, there came a cloud which stopped over the grave; it was neither longer nor shorter than it (the grave). And it drizzled over it (the grave) until it had drenched it, and then it went away.
It has been narrated about Ibn Khafeef that he suffered from a hip pain, and if it became severe it would prevent him from any movement…
Is there any evidence from the Sharee’ah that the deceased delights when his family visits him [graveside]?