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Thursday, November 1, 2007

Abdallah


This lovely Abdallah was raised up in our department !! , he is an orphan ( parentless ) , and because he was discovered as hepatitis C positive at neonatal period there was a problem in adopting him by any charity association , so he stayed at the hospital waiting for the complicated steps of adoption to take place ...


He was grown up in our pediatric department , we were there to witness his first smile , laugh , his first dadada , and we were there to attend and enjoy his first step in walking , and one of my colleague was kind enough to take care of him with the help of all the others ( all the staff doctors, nurses, helpers, cleaners, & even some of our patient ) to bring him what ever he needed (water ,milk ,food ,clothes , games, ...etc) , he even arrange with paediatric surgery department to circumcise him ,and made a big party after that , we call that doctor Baba Abdallah , and others also act to assure that Abdallah received all his needed vaccines on time so he will miss nothing , so every member in the department is feeling in some way or another as if Abdallah was part of his family ...



Abdallah is ten months old now ,... we had arranged to send him a PCR for hepatitis C which is a confirmatory test to know the viral load and genotype for hepatitis C as a preparation before receiving any treatment for his hepatitis ... and the MIRACLE happened , he turned to be a hepatitis C negative , and the previous result was just reflecting his mom's serum which was transfused to him during pregnancy and delievery , that was a great news , we all was delighted and cheerful ..


Abdallah is negative...


We made a big party today's afternoon ...



the arrangment to adopt him after this news will be much easier ...


Look at this lovely boy ...







and pray with me for him to be adopted by a nice family which will make his life a normal happy and prosperous ...
yaaaaaaa Allah
Aaameeeen

17 comments:

PH said...

Thats great news ( him having Hepatitis c negative ) and its good to see that there are good people in the medical institutions as there are bad. What you and your colleagues are doing is very meritorious, which makes very proud of you lot .... and I honestly wish you and your friends the best in your careers and lives wa allah yekathir min amthelkoum.

salaam si wa mufaka.

Highlander said...

What a fantastic job you and your likes are doing - baraka allah fikum. Thank you for enlightening us with such stories !

Aladdin of Tripoli said...

i am so blown away with the story. he's soooo adorable. his eyes are amazing. i will pray that he'll be safe and i wish for him a very sparkling and happy Future.. you are doing a gr8 job . i Salute You.

enlightened spirit said...

yes ph... it is a great news and every where there is good and bad just we have to look carefully .. thanks for ur wishes..

U welcome alwayes highlander .. just I want to mention that I join this department only six months back and Abdallah was there since birth so my colleagues started the work long be4 I arrive and still going on in it ,so all the complements should go to them , I just mentioned the story here ...

aladdin of tripoli ... thanx for passing by , together we pray , and I am sure he will have a happy life

Ali said...

This is great news. Very touching story that makes you appreciate kindness in people.
I wish I could adopt him...

Anonymous said...

That boy is so sweet. My husband and I,have adopted a 9 month old girl from Romania in 1990. From the beginning we were so happy to have her. Today she is studing to go to university and we are very proud of her. She has made our life come true. I encourage anyone that could adopt this child to go ahead. Helping others is the most beautiful thing one could do.


Assalem alikom

Anglo-Libyan said...

fantastic cheerful news.
this is the Libyans that we should all be proud of.
Best of luck to the lovely Abdalla and inshaAllah all goes well for him.please keep us updated.

enlightened spirit said...

Ali ... thanx for passing by , without kindness life can't be bearable ...

Anonymous ... I totally agree with u , when u put a smile on a face of a human being , u just enlight ur whloe spirit , so how if u make his life possible ..

Anglo-libyan ... promise I will keep u updated ...

dusk till dawn said...

salam
i do apolizise to reply late.what a mazing story of a young boy.to see him having all this great care and effection he needed frm u all its fantastic job.he became one of ur attached body.wish him gd luck and happiness.we all proud of u and the rest.what a lovely smile he got now.

enlightened spirit said...

dusk till dawn ... better late than never , u don't need to apologize u r alwayes welcomed .. thanx for ur nice words.

3abtash said...

mashallah 3alayeh..rabeee kareeeem..inshallah he will have a happy and normal life....god bless u and everyone who has had a part in bringing him up

Anonymous said...

Assalamo Alikum,

Thank you for this posting.
I ask Allah SWT to award you all for this great job.

Ahmed, Tripoli.

Huma said...

Hi:It's really touchy story,and it's brilliant job to surround such innocent children with such tender and love. It also reflects the defect in out social service system, who should be in place one to take over all the care. By the way....i liked the sweets and miss everybody over there in our great TMC....love u all.

Hibo said...

oh my dear;i am sure you re doing really Good job as our friend Huma too.
You both was in one team and giving others quite a smile.and gave them more hope to fight the sick.

i will pray for you both and i will pray for this cute baby.

you have breav heart for this.

Xx & hugs

enlightened spirit said...

3abtash & Ahmed ,Tripoli... thanx for dropping by ,and for ur nice words, keep praying for him ...

Huma ... u have no idea how much we r missing u , missing one of our wisest senior , yes u are right we have a huge defect in our social service and that makes our work hard and overwhelming ...
but we keep going on ur footsteps and we will survive it at the end as u did inshalah...

hibo ... your words are more than appreciated , hope if I am really as what u said , we try to be so , but sometimes life is so hard and patients need more than what u can offer and here u fall in the paradox of taking and giving , and u fail ...

MaySoon said...

Alhamdolilah.. May Allah protect him and bless you all for the great job you're doing!

dr.butterfly said...

i know my comment is extreamly late, and i don't know if you'll read it or not notice it. i was wondering wat happend to abdullah?!
he seems to be a very luck child in some way, he doesn't know yet... and allah yagazeekom khair for the support... i really wishes he get's a family to adopt him (i would love to adopt him myself) but what happend to his real family, what if they new he doesn't have he-c, would they take him back,,,!?!?

i really hope you read this!!
take care!