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  1. Alhamdolillah we as Muslims are so blessed to enjoy rewards from Allah SWT just for caring for our ill sisters and brothers. Let’s never neglect this duty.

  2. Thank you so much sister for the beautiful article. InshaAllah I will make it a priority to visit the sick. Allah bless you

  3. Assalamu alaikum, as someone who has been unwell due to a chronic condition for the past 2 years, I have really appreciated this article, and your past articles about being a productive patient, jazakillah khairan. MashaAllah tabarakAllah, your articles have brought much comfort, may Allah grant you complete shifaa as and reward you with al-Jannah and closeness to Him, Ameen!

  4. O Allah grant me this opportunity to visit my sick brothers and sisters.and i request my Muslim brothers and sisters to make dua for me,i am afflicted of a disease for the last 13 years,thatAllah subhanahu taala cures me amin

  5. a well scripted soothing article … hv taken some tips which in sha allah wud like to implement… May Allah accept ur gud work, ameen…

  6. JazakAllahu khairun sister. May Allah reward you for your excellent insight and sincere advice. A suggestion for a good gift is a gift bag of zamzam, ajwa dates, and a small dua card for shifa. At our local hospital in Columbus, Ohio, we have a program that any Muslim who is admitted gets a visit and above mentioned gift bag from members of the community.