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A Young Man Who Paralyzed After Meeting With an Accident (Beautiful Story)

Today we are going to introduce you to a young man who paralyzed after meeting with an accident. So let’s begin without wasting your time. This is a story of a man who was probably 30 years old now. When he was 18 years old he met with a car accident. He lost feeling in all of his body, from the neck to his toes. All he could do was blink, breath from his mouth and nose, speak and hear and see. You know that is what all human being needs, right? Allah says in the Quran ‘’ that he made for us hearing and sight, and also created mind for us a mind and a heart. This is what we all need. However, this young man who is paralyzed from neck to this toes. Once the interviewer asks him in Arabic we want to ask you a golden question what you miss the most? Meaning after being paralyzed, what thing you want to get back. He says there are three things that I miss the most. What do you think what they are? Is it, to be able to walk and to feel the earth or to be able to lift the food from the mouth or be able to work and gather a lot of money and wealth? What you think what he wants? We are not talking about the scholar here we are talking about a very simple man who was once a youth, like the rest of the youths.. So as far as the first thing I miss having my body back because for about 18 years of my life I haven’t been able to place my head on the ground in sajood i wish i could make one more sajood to Allah (SWT) because he realizes how much blessings Allah (SWT) has given to him when he used to okay. No one notices these things when everything is going smoothly in their lives because they are drowning in distractions. 

 The second thing i miss is to lift the arms up. He said when i was okay i forgot to lift my arms up while making dua. I wish i could go back to that time and compensate. He said when I was healthy I didn’t lift the Quran enough. Now I wish that I can have my arms to lift the Quran up so I can read the words of Allah (SWT). 

And the last one is I miss the most is whenever Eid comes i used to hug my mother but now when Eid comes I miss that my mother hugs me and I can’t hug her back. So my mother as Allah mentions in the Quran that the parents are the source of mercy I which I can hug my mother as she hugs me. These things are from his instinct, he doesn’t need to think about them.


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