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Visiting the Sick
Updated: 2/18/2020
Visiting the Sick
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  • David, there is an obligation according to the torah that you need to visit the sick, comfort people who are mourning a loss, and other things. When other people are going through something, it is important to think about your obligation to visit the sick.
  • Thank you Dad, now I know how to do the right thing and to be a good Jew and overall a good person.
  • I think you should go visit grandpa. He is getting very sick. A lesson I want to teach you is you should love your fellow jew like you love yourself
  • Good to know that Dad, I never knew that. Now whenever i'm not in mood to visit anyone sick i'm going to look back and remember what you taught me
  • Rabbi, I don't know what to do, I want to go to Israel next year and learn and do what Hashem wants me to do, but I'm kind of stuck and I need help.
  • It says in the Torah that you have to use your best knowledge to do what you think is right in Hashem’s eyes, and use the torah to lead you to do that thing.
  • When Avraham had his brit Milah, Hashem did the mitzvah of visiting the sick. We learn from this that even Hashem does the mitzvah of visiting sick people so we know that we have to do the same.
  • Now I know that whenever someone I know is sick, I should visit them and make them feel better and just be there for them.
  • If you are going to go visit your sick grandparents, do it all out of love and kindness. And not only your grandparents, anyone you visit who is sick you should visit out of kindness. Your not only getting a mitzvah, but you are doing it to gain something and doing it from your heart
  • Mom, I wanna go visit Grandma and Grandpa in the hospital so that I can get a mitzvah
  • Dad, I’m really not feeling well and I am not in the mood to visit grandpa in the hospital.
  • Son, you must go and visit him, Rav Akiva says that even though one might be tired, they must go and do that mitzvah because each limb and organ performs an action that expresses torah.
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