When your health costs you your job
Nicholas C. Zakas

I have known you since three years. I have read your books, blog posts, followed your struggle. It is easy and somewhat natural to express inspiration after reading your accounts. And I too have an urge for the same expression.

But because of my personal circumstances, you helped me realise a more concrete lesson.

There are numerous forces —institutions, desire, greed, health that largely influence our lives. But everyday, we are presented with choices, although tiny, to take a step against the natural grain of things. And these very choices defines our identity — maybe the only precious thing we can hold onto.

Here’s to a better day.


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