Pearl of Wisdom

when he saw a male sparrow saying to a female sparrow, 'Why do you deprive me of yourself, for if I wanted I could take Solomon's crown with my beak and throw it in the seal' Solomon said to him, smiling, 'Are you really able to do so?' The bird said, 'No, O Messenger of Allah, but a man may embellish himself and greaten himself in front of his wife, and a lover cannot be rebuked for what he says.' Solomon then asked the female sparrow, 'Why do you deprive him of yourself when he loves you?' She said, ?O Prophet of Allah, he is not a lover, but a claimant [of love], for he loves someone else besides me!' The words of this sparrow affected Solomon's heart and he cried very much, and secluded himself from people for forty days praying to Allah to empty his heart for his love for Him, and to not mix it with love for anything other than Him.'

Prophet Solomon [as]
Bihar al-Anwar, v. 14, p. 95, no. 3

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 From the Quran, we learn that the Thamud society had been destroyed by a noise (sahya) sent upon them. By this definition, we learn that there is a relationship between the words “Thamud” and the “noise” (sahya). These words which are presented as related; Thamud is used 26 times, and the word “noise” (sahya) is used 13 times, half as much. In the verses between 23 and 31 of the sura Moon, the Quran speaks of the destruction of the Thamud by a noise. In the 31st verse, it is mentioned that Thamud was destroyed by a noise.

31- We sent a noise upon them, whereupon they became like harvested hey.
                                                                                                     54. The Moon, 31

The word Number of occurrence
Thamud 26(13X2)
Noise 13
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