How The Secret Changed My Life From Depression To Abundance!
Trying to commit suicide is like celebrating a birth anniversary for me. From my 6th standard till the year 2009, the one and only person in this world I craved for was my mother. I had never gotten her love and I kept on craving it. In order to attract her attention, I use to try committing silly suicide techniques like eating washing powder in my 6th standard. I always wanted to die and I felt all the failures were made for me.
Even though I had won the “Best Outstanding Award” twice in my college, I was thrown out of college for nonpayment of fees.
Then for the last 8 months in my mother’s life, she poured so much love on me, and then she passed away in 2006. I was not able to handle her loss. The love I was craving throughout my life I had finally been getting but before I felt I had gotten enough, she left me. So I went to the third floor and was ready to fall when my neighbors and some people in the street found out and stopped me.
I met with a tragic accident in 2009 and I was declared paralyzed and there was not much hope that I would live. That was the first time that I actually really wanted to live! I closed my eyes and my body was shivering heavily. I then asked God to give me a chance to live and I promised him that I would add value to my life if he did so.
Miraculously, I recovered! All the medical reports proved to be wrong. I started crawling, then walking, then running, and even dancing.
In the year 2014, I had watched the movie “The Secret” by Rhonda Brynes, and it totally changed my life into one of abundance. Today I have won 4 national awards, 2 international awards for business and social leadership for creating many libraries for economically backward students, donating hair for cancer kids, volunteering in rescue operations in times of floods and cyclones, rescuing kids from child trafficking, winning awards for being net profitable in the Indian share market, just to name just a few. I had also represented India in the International Peace Summit. I am just waiting for my nomination to speak at the United Nations Conference and with blessings and prayers and I hope I will.
Why am I saying all this is? If I had committed suicide, I would have not achieved this much. There are millions of ways to live honestly and with pride. Wishing you all a life full of abundant riches, success, and everlasting happiness!!!
Thank you, thank you, thank you!