186. The reason due to which the riding with regards to the Hajj is preferable than the walking

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أبي رحمه الله قال حدثنا محمد بن يحيى العطار عن الحسين بن اسحاق التاجر وعن علي بن مهزيار عن الحسن بن الحصين عن محمد بن فضيل عن العزرمي قال كنت مع أبي عبد الله (ع) جالسا في الحجر تحت الميزاب ورجل يخاصم رجلا وأحدهما يقول لصاحبه والله ما ندرى من أين تهب الريح فلما أكثر عليه قال له أبو عبد الله (ع) هل تدري من أي تهب الريح؟ فقال لا ولكني اسمع الناس يقولون فقلت: انا لابي عبد الله (ع) من أين تهب الريح؟ فقال ان الريح مسجونة تحت هذا الركن الشامي فإذا أراد الله تعالى أن يرسل منها شيئا أخرجه أما جنوبا فجنوب وأما شمالا فشمال واما صباء فصباء واما دبورا فدبور ثم قال وآية ذلك إنك لا تزال ترى هذا الركن متحركا ابدا في الشتاء والصيف والليل والنهار.


1. My father said, ‘Muhammad Bin Yahya Al Ataar narrated to us, from Al Husayn Bin Is’haq Al Tajir, and from Ali Bin Mahziyar, from Al Hassan Bin Al Haseyn, from Muhammad Bin Fazeyl, from Al Azramy who said, ‘I was seated with Abu Abdullah (asws) near the (Black) Stone under the groove, and a man was disputing with a man, and one of the two was saying to his companion, ‘By Allah (azwj)! I don’t know where the wind blows’. So when there was a lot (of talk) over it, Abu Abdullah (asws) said to him: ‘Do you know from where the wind blows?’ So he said, ‘No, but I heard the people saying’. So I said to Abu Abdullah (asws), ‘From where does the wind blow?’ So he (asws) said: ‘The wind is imprisoned beneath this Al-Shamy corner. So, whenever Allah (azwj) Intends that He (azwj) should Send something from it, Brings it out. As for the south (wind), so it is the south, and as for the north (wind) so it is the north, and as for Saba’a for it is Saba’a, and as for Dabour, so it is Dabour’. Then he (asws) said: ‘And the sign of that is you will not cease to see this corner moving ever, in the winter, and the summer, and the night, and the day’.