God (Calamat mababbat al-cabd Ii-allah), al-Ghaziill states that man will be given in Paradise what he hopes for in this world.131 He makes a distinction between those who will be given material pleasure in Paradise and those who will have the spiritual pleasure of coming near to God. This notion is corroborated by a prophetic tradition to the effect that most people of Paradise are stupid (akthar ahl al-janna al-bulhu) and the upper place ('illiyyun)132 is given to the intelligent. Once again al-Ghaziill states that the highest pleasure is connected with knowledge.