The sky is pink

A very emotional movie, I cried while watching it. It was a true story of a girl named Aisha Chaudhary, who was born with SCID (Severe Combined Immuno-Deficiency), a potentially fatal disease. She was an Indian author and a motivational speaker.

 “Life can be tough when every single breath you take is a struggle,” a 17-year-old girl Aisha Chaudhary said at a TED talk in Pune in 2014. her ted talk

She died at the age of 18 and her book My Little Epiphanies was published a day before her death.

We always take our life for granted without thanking God. We are blessed with so many things that we cannot even count them. We are not fighting for our life as we are blessed with good health. We don’t even know what it feels like. We have every facility of life but still, we are struggling for making our life more comfortable. Instead of making a place in other’s hearts, we are trying to purchase as many properties as we can so that it will help them in an hour of need. Instead of smiling, spreading happiness and love, we are trying to be more mature in life, so that people won’t judge us for being childish. Instead of understanding our loved ones, we remain busy in our life as if we have to live here forever.

If death is the ultimate truth then what matters the most?

What matters the most is how good you are with others, how much you spread love and shared happiness, how pure is your soul, and how much you know about yourself. Finally, how close you are with God.

P.s. I’m not a philosopher like Plato and Aristotle but my advice is to eat, pray, love and inspire so that you will always remain in everyone’s heart and prayers.

May Allah bless you all.

Ameen

 

 

 

4 thoughts on “The sky is pink

  1. First off I want to say fantastic blog! I had a quick question which I’d like to ask if you
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