Some Ans. Questions 1908 by -'Abdu'l-Bahá- 1 Para

State of Man after Death:
When we consider beings with the seeing eye, we observe that they are limited to three sorts-- that is to say, as a whole they are either mineral, vegetable or animal, each of these three classes containing species. Man is the highest species because he is the possessor of the perfections of all the classes-- that is, he has a body which grows and which feels. As well as having the perfections of the mineral, of the vegetable and of the animal, he also possesses an especial excellence which the other beings are without-- that is, the intellectual perfections. Therefore, man is the most noble of beings (235:1)

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