One day, the Sufi saint Lal Shahbaz Qalander (The Red Royal Falcon) was wandering the desert with his friend Sheikh Baha ud-Din Zakariya. It was winter and as night was approaching, they began to build a fire to keep warm.
They found some wood but they did not have fire, so Baha ud-Din suggested that Lal Shahbaz turn himself into a falcon and get fire from Hell. Off he flew, but an hour later he came back empty-handed.
"There is no fire in Hell," Lal Shahbaz said. "Everyone who goes there brings their own fire, their own hate, their own pain, pain from this world."