How do you justify this ending? You decide.Once upon a time there was a sage who was lost in his prayer with his eyes closed. In a moment of time he suddenly awakened to some disturbances around & noticed that a deer had just passed him & lost in the darkness followed by the hunter but by the time hunter reached to the saint he lost of the direction to where the deer might have gone. In order to seek help, he asked the saint about where the deer ran away & the saint told the hunter with the right information as a result of which the hunter caught the deer & killed him. What I have been told of after this is that although the saint was a religious person throughout his life but he was sent to hell for some time with the reason being that his one action led to the death of the deer.
Do you justify this ending or the saint should have misled the hunter in order to save the deer but then the saint would have assisted by a lie & possibly he would have destined for accordingly?