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Malvika Iyer's amazing story of grit!


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pradnya dhargave
A big salute to you
by pradnya dhargave (View MyPage) on May 14, 2015 11:24 AM

Dear Malvika,
you are the true inspiration for not only the differently abled people but for the abled people too. Best of luck for your future


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dineshhassija
strong will and little extra finance...
by dineshhassija (View MyPage) on May 14, 2015 09:07 AM

...might be enough to change the fortune

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Pat Thakur
Malvika, please accept my.....
by Pat Thakur (View MyPage) on Jan 09, 2015 09:44 PM

Salute.

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Dhrushal Kadu
Touching hearts ⥠with rolling tears
by Dhrushal Kadu (View MyPage) on Dec 14, 2014 05:39 PM

Dear Malvika,
Your courage to come out of the crisis is outstanding, which requires a solid heart with stubborn thoughts.
Wishing you a colourful future ahead.
Thankyou.

-DHRUSHAL KADU

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xx xx
regretfully yours
by xx xx (View MyPage) on Nov 07, 2014 03:12 PM  | Hide replies

Dear Malavika,

This whole narration was inspiring the line "I would not have wanted to live a mediocre life. I have always been scared of mediocrity". You have been through much suffering and you have our respect for having overcome them. But you seem to have developed a defense mechanism of looking down at "ordinary people" or "mediocre people" whom you despise. Please realize that everyone is a hero in his own life in his/her own way. This is why in our philosophy, we have the concept of the same "atma" dwelling in all. I would in all humility advise some therapy to balance your life still further.

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Raj
Re: regretfully yours
by Raj (View MyPage) on Jan 09, 2015 10:51 PM
You have a serious complex.

Get a life. Maybe a job as well.

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xx xx
Re: regretfully yours
by xx xx (View MyPage) on Nov 07, 2014 03:20 PM
The book that you are so proudly holding in your hand had many "mediocre" people who learnt the art and technology of printing and made their services available. They will not get articles written about them, sure, but they enabled you. Your parents were mediocre people too, who stood by you, spent money and lavished attention to bring you to where you are today.

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xx xx
regretfully
by xx xx (View MyPage) on Nov 07, 2014 03:07 PM

The whole article till nearly the end was so energizing and inspiring till the line "I would not have wanted to live a mediocre life. I have always been scared of mediocrity". I know you have been through a lot and we all respect your achievements. But in the process of your suffering you seem to have cultivated a defense mechanism of looking down at others. You do not probably realize how obnoxious this line sounds. Implying that normal people going about their lives are "mediocre" and their fate is frightening. Please realize that everyone in his own little way is a hero. Going further, the same atma dwells in those "mediocre" people.

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Jalal
You are a gift
by Jalal (View MyPage) on Sep 27, 2014 10:52 AM

Our society always looking to the disabled with a different view, sure your story may change few of them. All the best for your future and your service to the society.

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Neerambar
99% of “abled” people do not achieve what you have ac
by Neerambar (View MyPage) on Sep 24, 2014 01:02 PM

Dear Malvika, I am very -very impressed by your outstanding courage and positive attitude towards life. 99% of so called “abled” people do not achieve what you have achieved at this young age. People stare at you because they are jealous of you!! Salute to you and your parents. Keep up the good work. Best wishes. Veera

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abhijeet bhattacharaya
you are amazing
by abhijeet bhattacharaya (View MyPage) on Sep 23, 2014 02:31 PM

Your are an inspiration for us...Kudos to your energy and thoughts

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