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Muniba Mazari Quotes

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Muniba Mazari quotes: awesome quotes from the activist.

“Success is not how well people know you. Success is how well you know yourself.”

“You are the hero of your own life story and heroes never give up.”

“Life is a test and a trial. And tests or trials are never supposed to be easy. So when you’re expecting ease from life and life gives you lemons, then you make the lemonade and then do not blame life for that, because you were expecting ease from a trial. Trials make you a stronger, better person. Life is a trial. Every time you realize that.”

“I believe that happiness lies in ourself. If we had decided to stay happy and to follow our dreams and goals no one can stop us by achieving it.”

“Turn adversity into opportunity.”

“Learn the art of converting your advertising into opportunities.”

“There are always turning points in your life.”

“Sometimes problems are not big; we are small because we can’t handle them.”

“When you accept yourself, the way you are, the world recognizes you. It all starts from within.”

“Pray for those who see their failure in your success.”

“They always say that failure is not an option. Failure should be an option, because when you fail, you get up and then you fail, then you get up, and that keeps you going. That’s how humans are strong. Failure is an option, should be an option. But giving up is not. Never.”

“We all have fears. Fear of unknown, fear of known. Fear of losing people. Fear of losing health, money. We want to excel in our career. We want to become famous. We want to get money. We are scared all the time.”

“Learn to fight your fears.”

“People who fight their battle with a smile on their face, I call them warriors.”

“We are all keen to gain but how many of us are willing to lose? Always remember there are no major gains without major losses.”

“Some trials come to sort the life of people out. They break you, deform you and then transform you into the best version of you.”

“There will be haters; there will be naysayers. There will be disbelievers and then there will be you proving them wrong.”

“Real happiness does not lie in success, money, name and fame… but lies within gratitude.”

“The secret of happiness is being grateful for what you have, not what you don’t have or what you’ve lost.”

“Words have the power to heal. So choose wisely.”

“Learn the art of conversation into opportunities.”

“Sometimes somebody’s absence makes you a better person. Cherish their absence, it’s always a blessing in disguise.”

“Always love your mother because you will never get another. Thank you mom. I wish you were here. Thank you for making me who I am today.”

“Happiness: a place between too much and too little.”

“Sometimes we are too busy thinking about the things that we don’t have that we forget to cherish the blessings that we have.”

“Be grateful for what you have, and trust me you’ll have more.”

“Giving up is not an option. We live in a world where you will be questioned for being nice and kind. But they will never judge you or question you for being cruel. Don’t let these people teach you to hate. Be kind anyway. Work on yourselves and try to be a better person every single day. I don’t know how my story will end. Maybe, some stories just never end.”

“Healing doesn’t come for us. It comes from us and through us.”

“Pain is not your weakness. Pain is your strength because with the pain, comes healing. Healing does not come to you, it comes from you, through you. So, today, if you are in pain, congratulations! Because you are on a journey of becoming an empath, a person who can feel the pain for others and heal the world. It all starts from this one tiny acceptance of embracing the pain. It is okay to be sad and vulnerable because it all makes you a human.”

“When you are able to change someone’s life and when you look back at your life and say that ‘I tried my best to give my best to the people around me,’ that is a real success.”

“When you share your story and it doesn’t make you cry, that means you are healed.”

“After a tragic car accident, my doctor told me I would not be able to sit, walk or give birth to a child. However, I can sit now in a wheelchair.”

“That day, I decided that I’m going to live life for myself. I am not going to be that perfect person for someone. I am just going to take this moment and I will make it perfect for myself, that I’m going to fight my fears.”

“You know, when you end up being on the wheelchair, what’s the most painful thing? People think that they will not be accepted… so I decided to appear more in public.”

“Words can make you, break you, they can heal your soul, they can damage you forever. So I always try to use the positive words in my life wherever I go. They call it adversity, I call it opportunity. They call it weakness, I call it strength. They call me disabled, I call myself differently abled. They see my disability. I see my ability.”

“Embrace what transforms you. I have learnt that accidents can happen. Accidents will happen. But, those accidents that are so powerful and strong that they change your DNA. Accidents which may somehow deform your body but they transform your soul are not just accidents. They are blessings in disguise. Because they transform you into the best version of you. So, embrace those accidents.”

“Life is unpredictable. I have learnt that life is so unpredictable. Life is full of unwanted, unexpected series of events. How in the blink of an eye everything changed. How in the blink of an eye my life changed. And, how in the blink of an eye I changed. I learnt that, with all these changes, you become a better person every single day. What life did to me does not define me. But what I became in return, regardless of all the hurt, turmoil and adversity, defines who I am. Today, with a heart full of contentment, I am blessed to be where I am.”

“Don’t be sad for your disabilities. Success accepts disables too.”

“I can undoubtedly admit that I am caged by my body. But my mind is free, so is my spirit and soul. I can still dream big.”

“We are all perfectly imperfect and that’s perfectly alright.”

“You know what makes you perfect? When you make someone smile. You know what makes you perfect? When you try to do something good for the people around you. You know what makes you perfect? When you feel someone’s pain. And how beautiful pain is that it connects you with people. No other medium can connect you with others but pain.”

“When you accept yourself the way you are, the world recognizes you.”

“I could not find a hero in my life so I became one.”

“I always start my talk with a disclaimer. And that disclaimer is that I have never claimed to be a motivational speaker. Yes, I do speak. But I feel more like a storyteller, because wherever I go, I share a story with everyone. It is a story of a woman whose perfectly imperfect life made her who and what she is today. It’s the story of a woman who in pursuit of her dreams and aspirations made other people realize that if you think that your life is hard and you’re giving up on that, because you think your life is unfair, think again. Because when you think that way, you are being unfair to your own self.”

“I don’t know how my story will end, but nowhere in my text you’ll ever read [that] I gave up.”

“Live your life fully. Accept yourself the way you are. Be kind to yourself. Be kind to yourself. I will repeat, be kind to yourself. And only then you can be kind to others. Love yourself and spread that love. Life will be hard. There will be turmoils, there will be trials. But that will only make you stronger.”

“Be grateful and be alive and live every moment.”

“You have bigger dreams and aspirations in life. Always remember one thing, on the road to success there is always ‘we,’ not ‘me.’ Do not think that you alone can achieve things. No, there is always another person, who is standing behind you, maybe not coming on the forefront but behind you, praying for your and supporting you. Never lose that person. Never.”

“Thank you so much for all the love, for all the warmth. Thank you all for accepting me. Thank you very much.”

“Celebrate your life. Live it. Don’t die before your death. We all die.”

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