I just don’t want to be known as the face for cancer. It is one part of my life. Yes, it was a major part because it changed me a lot but that is not all my life. I suddenly can’t become a preacher or guru [for it]. I am on a new journey and I am also discovering it. I can talk about my experience and what I am right now but to an extent. It may change tomorrow. Through this ordeal I know how uncertain life is now. For all these years I thought I could live longer until cancer hit me. After it, I realize how fragile it is. But my life doesn’t end with the cancer story. I want to move on. It happened, I dealt with it, if it happens again, I will deal with it again and move on.”  ~ Manisha Koirala


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