NEVER GIVE UP: A Message By The Life Of Muniba Mazari

Muniba Mazari
Muniba Mazari life experience

Muniba Mazari “A Message By The Life of is Never Give up”

Our greatest weakness lies in giving up. The most certain way to succeed is always to try just one more time. ―Thomas Edison

No doubt human beings face a lot of ups and downs in life. Many times we feel sad, disappointed and stuck in life because of bitter and unpleasant events. At that time, we need to take powerful actions to live a rewarding life because life is just 10% what happens to us and 90% is how we react to it. (Charles R. Swindoll) Muniba Mazari life is one of the examples of it.

Undoubtedly, what we have learnt throughout our life is to give up instead of taking powerful actions. To give up is that terrible moment in our lives where we decide to live life as it is. We accept the situation-events which have affected us and decide to spend the whole life in the circle of it. We do not ready to take powerful actions and to work in our circle of influence.

The one who does not give up succeed in life. Look at the life of Ma’am Muniba Mazari.
A girl who got into a car accident just after two years of getting married at age of twenty and sustained a lot of injuries. Her radius ulna of the arm, wrist, shoulder bone and collarbone, rib cage were fractured. Three vertebrae of backbone were completely crushed and she got paralyzed. A girl whose half body was fractured and a half was paralyzed. She stayed in a hospital for two and a half months. One day doctor came to her and said: I heard that you wanted to be an artist but I have a bad news for you—You Won’t Be Able to Paint Again.

Muniba Mazari

Muniba Mazari a living legend

Next day doctor came to her and said: You Won’t Be Able to Walk Again because of spine injury and You Won’t Be Able to Give Birth to a Child. But she did not give up. After two years and two and a half months when she sat in a wheelchair knowing that she won’t be able to walk again for the rest of life, she saw herself in a mirror and said: I cannot wait for a miracle to make me walk. I have to accept myself the way I am and applied the lip colour for the first time. That day she decided that she is going to fight with all fears- fear of rejection in the society, fear of divorce, fear of not being able to give birth, fear of facing people, fear of lack of acceptance.

Muniba Mazari started to appear more in public. She started to paint and have done a lot of exhibitions and today she is Pakistan’s first wheelchair-bound artist. She joined national TV of Pakistan as an anchorperson and have done a lot of shows, She says: “It is okay to be scared. It is okay to cry. Everything is okay, but giving up should not be an option.”


Written by: Ahmad Younas