Tuesday, July 6, 2010

I can see clearly now

Today, I had the privilege of operating on a 60-year old man who was blind in both eyes due to cataract. It took too long for him to see a specialist in the government hospital, luckily for us, our centre has charity funds for the unfortunate to seek treatment. Both operations which was carried yesterday and today went so smoothly despite the advanced stage of the cataract and he had the latest technique that required no suture and implanted with the latest intraocular lens giving him almost perfect vision from being able to see only shadows in the right eye and able to count fingers at 3 feet in the left eye to almost 95% vision in both eyes just one day after surgery. After having done so many cataract surgeries, my learning point is:

Whenever someone is very close to God and have been doing good deeds and contributing to others in one's life time he will be rewarded with the best solution for any problem that he might have. 

In this case, he was given the best treatment at one of the best medical centre for free which others would have paid RM 11,000 for both eyes. As he was an ex-deputy headmaster of a school, I am sure he has sown many seeds of success in other people's children. In addition, apart from his good contribution to mankind, he is also an obedient servant of Allah and spent his time learning the holy books,

In a nutshell, what you sow is what you reap, if you help someone with the intention of pleasing Allah, someone else will help you when you are in need. 


  1. sy ade seorg mak sedara yg mmg dari luar nampak matanya dah buta sebelah...puas kami memujuk die utk buat operation, tp agak sukar kerana ketakutan yg tidak munasabah terhadap hospital dan perubatan..any sugestions utk penyakit forbia doktor nih

  2. salam..saya berusia 24thn, adakah sesuai utk menjalani lasik? sebab saya sudah memakai cermin mata sejak darjah 3 (9thn), dan bagaimana pula dgn kosnya...?

  3. Prof Dr Muhaya, u r my 2nd Idol after Nabi Mohammad SAW...