Editor and writer with a Computer Science degree, with stories curated in over 15 different topics at Medium ,she writes from her heart and aims to touch the heart of her readers
He was 24 and I was 22, we had been engaged for 2 years. I left my Ms degree to join him for his PhD, holding his hand in marriage to face the challenges of life together.
Every morning I try to come downstairs before anyone is up. I open the door to my front room and after pulling back the curtains I sit in my little corner where the rising sun brightens my day. I soak in the warmth.
Life is always full of challenges but kind efforts by some extraordinary humans make it worth living. The essence of this mystery lies in the fact that these people live like ordinary beings, with their own daily struggles yet they never make a show of their good deeds or the impact they had on someone’s life.
I was diagnosed with lupus almost a decade ago. I am from a well-educated family but when I was diagnosed, I knew nothing about this disease. After suffering for years due to mild symptoms, I was eventually diagnosed after a stroke and organ damage. Only the physicians in my family knew about lupus and the rest of us had never heard the name.
Dear New Year , How eagerly I have been waiting for you! at last, you were welcomed with the most awaited news of vaccine approvals.
“The Chinese use two brush strokes to write the word ‘crisis.’ One brush stroke stands for danger; the other for opportunity. In a crisis, be aware of the danger — but recognize the opportunity.” ― John F. Kennedy
I am a lupus patient and in 2013 I suffered from a transient ischaemic attack (TIA). A transient ischaemic attack (TIA) or “mini stroke” is caused by a temporary disruption in the blood supply to part of the brain.The disruption in blood supply results in a lack of oxygen to the brain.This can cause sudden symptoms similar to a stroke, such as speech and visual disturbance, and numbness or weakness in the face, arms and legs.
We are born in a fast-paced world, our high-tech gadgets, 9 to 5 jobs, and busy social lives make it impossible for us to feel the blessings in our lives.