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in reply to Dha'lab's question about his being able to see his Lord, 'Woe to you O Dha'lab! I do not worship a Lord Whom I cannot see!' So Dha'lab asked, 'But how do you see Him? Describe Him to us.' Imam (AS) replied, 'Woe betide you! Eyes do not see Him by looking with the sights; it is the hearts that behold Him with the realities of faith.?

Imam Ali ibn Abi Talib [as]
Amali al-Saduq, p. 423, no. 560

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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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