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Sultan Murad, the Sultan of the Ottoman Empire would often anonymously go into the midst of the people and see their state. One evening, he felt an uneasiness in himself and the urge to go out. He called for his head of security and and out they went. They came to a busy vicinity,and found a man lying on the ground. The Sultan prodded him but he was dead and the people were going about their own business.
Nobody seemed to care about the dead man lying on the ground. The Sultan called upon the people. He said, "Why is this man lying dead on the ground and why does no one seem to care? Where is his family? Now help me carry him to his house" The people carried the dead man with the Sultan to his house and once they reached, they all left.
The Sultan and his assistant remained. When the man's wife saw his dead body, she began weeping. She said to his dead body, "Allah have mercy on you! O friend of Allah! I bear witness that you are from the pious ones. He said, "How is he from the pious ones when the people say such and such things about him. So much so that no one even cared he was dead? She replied, "I was expecting that. My husband would go to the tavern every night and buy as much wine as he could. He would then bring it home and pour it all down the drain.
He would then say, "I saved the Muslims a little today. And he would say, "Today I saved a young woman and the youth of the believers from vice. The people would see him buy wine and they would see him go to the prostitutes and they would consequently talk about him.
One day I said to him, "When you die, there will be no one to bathe you, there will be no one to pray over you and there will be no one to bury you! He laughed and replied, "Don't fear, the Sultan of the believers, along with the pious ones shall pray over my body. He said, "By Allah! He has said the truth, for I am Sultan Murad. Tomorrow we shall bathe him, pray over him and bury him. We judge people by what we see and what we hear from others.