We should always be thankful for our health and the blessings Allah has given to us.
One month ago, I got hit by a car whose driver was reversing it and was careless. I was going for Duhr prayer. My feet got swollen but Alhamdulillah nothing serious happened. I consulted the doctor who gave me pain killers. I offered Asr, Maghrib, Isha and Fajr while sitting on the prayer mat and realized, what a huge blessing health is which we take for granted.
Alhamdulillah within a few days, my limping stopped.
It is my daily ritual to recite Surah Fateha 7 times, Ayatul Kursi and the last three Quls 3 times along with some other surahs and blow them on myself.
Also, when going out from home, we must recite dua of protection.
Bismillahi Tawakkaltu Alallaahi Laa Howla Walaa Quwwata Illa Billah
Also, have heard that keeping miswak in your pocket all the time is beneficial and saves your bones from breaking if you are hit by an accident.
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Also remain in constant dhikr and try to be always in the state of wudu because death can happen anytime.
Also recite Dua e Anas on daily basis.
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The price of emaan is dunia. The price of dunia is emaan.
Indeed one thing that has happened is I have had several people come offered and given assistance and help, during my recovery.
Including an elderly non-muslim neighbour who is severley ill himself and mostly housebound...he has been bringing me food items, keeping me company for hours with some very ineresting conversations, making me herbal tea...etc.
May Allah guide him...and bless all the others with goodness ameen.
Oh i just saw the thread and read first post or comment in it. I made dua for that kid with cancer. Its v big thread couldn’t find abt the kid, has he recovered? I saw the dates now. I just searched but there are different comments abt duas.
This cannot be undone and I am sure it will be greatly appreciated.
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