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Self-help & personal development
Aisha Chaudhary was born with S. C. I. D (Severe Combined Immune Deficiency) and underwent a bone marrow transplant when she was 6 months old. She lives in New Delhi, where she was born.
2014 was a brutal year for Aisha as her disease progressed and her lungs started giving up on her. The last few months of the year felt like a roller coaster ride, one that seemed to be mostly going down. Spending almost all her time lying in bed, Aisha wrote down her thoughts to get some relief, to get them out of her head.
Aishas life is notany thing like the average life of an urban teenager, but she has experienced a lifetime of emotions, life and death, fear and anger, love and hate, the depths of utter sorrow and the happiest one can be.
In my little epiphanies she takes a hard look at her own feelings and what it was that gave her a sense of hope and control. This book gave her life purpose and meaning, something to hold on to.
SometimesAishaslittleepiphanieshavemorphedintodoodlesthatcapturewhatwas going on in her mind as her destiny played itself out. Through the book she wants the world to understand her unusual life and she hopes that it will inspire others, going through similar hardships, to find peace.
I was inspired by watching Aisha Chaudhary talk on life. - Deepak Chopra, Indian - American bestselling author and public speaker.
'Aisha's body may be failing her but she has a continent sized spiritandit's impossible not to be touch edby her bravery,her grace and her wisdom'. - Danny Boyle, English filmmaker
'Aisha,you reach breat his worth a thousand of ours,your each moment expands into millions of ours, your love for and deep understanding of what life is, opens a door for us to peek into our own, in a roomful of mirrors where your each word reflect our lives, thank you for opening our eyes and for the love'. - Shekhar Kapur, Indian filmmaker
This book is written by a 18 year old who has seen and understood life much better than most of us. Aisha gives us a master class of life through her book a very special book by a very special person'. - Shantanu Moitra, Indian music director
'Aishais anneal with a human voice celebrating every moment of her precious life she is here to spread love and just love speaking about every breath she takes with hope, positivity and humor. I see my chiraiyainher'. - Swanand Kirkire, Indian lyricist.