A Million Stitches of Life
Let your scars tell the tale
Welcome to the World of unspoken truth
I am an ordinary girl raised in an ordinary family in an utterly ordinary way. I was taught to be someone everyone likes, or look forward to become. But ordinary was not my genetic code.
I decided to be someone that makes the World choose ME, without me giving them reasons to.
I am a cell-biologist and a researcher by profession. A career that is noble and respectful and pays the bill.
But that’s not the end of the story.
While, I’m married to Science and its profound discoveries, my soul lives in a fictional world where everything seems meaningful and beautiful.
Just because we have all the right pieces, doesn’t mean they are joined together.
My World is full of literature and art. From classics and fantasy to memoirs and canvases. From playing a character in a theatre to playing a role in your life. I want to live everything and change everything. I want to live in the World nobody lived in.
I want to chase cities and dreams, not clichés and heartbreaks.
But I’m a dreamer by design and I know in time we’ll put this behind.
“There is always something left to love”– Gabriel García Márquez
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