محمد عبده يغادر مستشفى في باريس بعد تعافيه من الجلطة
الأطباء نصحوا عبده بالابتعاد حاليا عن الأجواء الفنية
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غادر فنان العرب محمد عبده مستشفى في العاصمة الفرنسية باريس مساء الثلاثاء 10 مايو/أيار بعد تعافيه من جلطة تسببت في دخوله العناية المركزة.
ورافق عبده أثناء خروجه من المستشفى مدير عام شركة "روتانا" سالم الهندي، وفريق طبي. بحسب صحيفة "الرياض" السعودية الأربعاء.
ونقلت تقارير صحفية عن أطباء فنان العرب قولهم إنه ينبغي على المطرب السعودي قضاء وقت طويل للراحة، والالتزام بتعليمات الفريق الطبي، والابتعاد عن الأجواء الفنية، حتى يعود إلى وضعه الطبيعي؛ حيث سيوجد في فرنسا بطلب من الأطباء لمراجعة المستشفى بعد أسبوعين قبل عودته إلى مدينة جدة.
وكما تشير صحيفة "الشرق الأوسط" اللندنية، فقد فضل المطرب السعودي الوجود قريبا من فريقه الطبي؛ حيث يتوجه إلى منتجع سياحي على شاطئ البحر يبعد عن باريس قرابة ساعتين لقضاء فترة نقاهة، ويلتف حوله أبناؤه.
وذكرت التقارير أن محمد عبده يشعر بسعادة كبيرة حاليا وهو يجلس بجوار أبنائه وبناته وهو في حالة صحية جيدة.
كان عدد من محبي عبده قد طالبوه بالتوقف عن الغناء في المرحلة الحالية؛ حفاظا على صحته.
وانهالت دعوات الجمهور لفنان العرب بالشفاء العاجل على الصفحة التي أنشأها أحد محبي عبده على "فيس بوك" وأسماها (شفاك الله يا فنان العرب)، وترصد حالة عبده الصحية أولا بأول من مصادر موثوقة، وقريبة الصلة به، بعيدا عن الشائعات
Only love can break down the walls between us and our happiness.? Helen Keller, at her first speaking engagement.
Love yourself first, the rest will follow. --Mimi Rogers
?Our life is what our thoughts make it.?--Marcus Aurelius
"Hatred is never ended by hatred but by love."?Buddha
"Whatever you do will be insignificant, But it is very important that you do it." ? Gandhi
"A single spark can start a prairie fire." Mao Tse Tung
Until he extends the circle of his compassion to all living things, man will not himself find peace.?Albert Schweitzer
We are the music makers, the dreamers of the dream ? Willy Wonka
To bring anything into your life, imagine that it?s already there- Richard Bach Illusions
Is all what we see or seem but a dream within a dream?--Edgar Allen Poe
....be humble for you are made of dung, be noble for you made of stars - serbian proverb
Teaching a child not to step on a caterpillar is as valuable to the child as it is to the caterpillar. -Bradley Miller
Carpe Diem. Sieze the Day. Make your life extraordinary -- Mr. John Keating from the movie Dead Poets Society
"Preach the Gospel at all times. If necessary, use words." - Francis of Assisi
Wherever there is a human being, there is an opportunity for kindness. ?Seneca
"If you love all things, you will also attain the divine mystery that is in all things. For then your ability to perceive the truth will grow every day, and your mind will open itself to an all-embracing love" Fyodor Dostoyevsky
?The first thing to learn in intercourse with others is noninterference with their own peculiar ways of being happy, provided those ways do not assume to interfere by violence with ours.? Henry James
"Our worst fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our Light, not our darkness that most frightens us. We ask ourselves, "Who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented and fabulous?" Actually, who are you not to be. You are a child of God; your playing small doesn't serve the world. There is nothing enlightening about shrinking so that other people won't feel insecure around you. We were born to make manifest the glory of God/the Divine within us. It is not in just some of us. It is in everyone and as we let our own light shine we unconsciously give other people permission to do the same. As we are liberated from our own fear our presence automatically liberates others." - Marianne Williamson in her book "A Return to Love" (And quoted by Nelson Mandella in his 1994 Inaugural Speech)
Heal the past; live the present; dream the future?a bumper sticker
There are only two loves in your life; What you do and who you're with.--Uncle Jake?s father in Jaws: The Revenge
Life moves pretty fast, if you don?t stop to take a look once in a while, it might pass you by.--Ferris Bueller in Ferris Bueller?s Day Off
Subject: The Patient Old Man When passing through a mountain pass, a bedouin (villager) once came across an old man who was blind and who seemed to be afflicted with various ailments all over his body. It was clear that he was wasting away. He was even paralyzed and was constantly forced to remain in a seated position. The Bedouin could clearly hear him say, "All praise is for Allah, Who has kept me safe from ailments with which He has tested many among His creation; and He has indeed preferred me over many among those that He created." "My brother!" exclaimed the bedouin. "What have you been saved from? By Allah, I think that you have been afflicted with every single kind of ailment!" "Go away from me," said the old man, as he raised his head. "Do I not still have a tongue with which I can pronounce His Oneness, and with which I can remember Him every single moment? And do I not still have a heart with which I can know Him?" These words of the old man were enough for the bedouin to repent to Allah for his sins and ask Him for forgiveness. Remember, there is always someone else who is in more problem than you.