Pearl of Wisdom

when giving condolences to al-Hasan b. Sahl, 'Congratulating someone for the reward that is in store for them is more appropriate than condoling them for a transient affliction.'

Imam Ali ibn Musa al-Ridha [as]
Bihar al-Anwar, v. 78, p. 353, no. 9

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Question : #398 Category: Medical Issues
Subject: medical pills to help short term
Question: If a person - for a temporary cure or killing pain - takes a medicine that significantly advances the time of death, what does Islam say about that?
Answer: If it does precipitate the death, it is not a treatment. In any case, if it is free of any considerable, rational adverse effect, there is no problem in taking it for treating.

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