Keeping a bucket list was a habit that started out early in my university days. It began with my dream to publish a book by graduation, and over the years the list grew and grew, changed its course, but Alhamdulillah by the grace of God most of the items on my list have already been signed, sealed and delivered.

As I look upon the ticks on my list, I've come to realise how lucky I am to be able to fulfill my dreams. At 26, doing these things that I aspire of seems like a dream, but it is in fact reality. Despite all the setbacks, hurdles, trials and tribulations, I hold firm to Allah promise, 

"Verily, after hardship there is relief".

As I grew older, I changed as person. So did my plans and vision. I used to want to open my own private clinic but now I realised what I really want to be doing is to provide free dental treatment to those who need it, and educating and inspiring people around me. I hope this dream of mine will become a reality, soon, insyaAllah.

This 28th of March will be the first year anniversary of my operation, and after 12 years of agony and tears, I'm glad to be here and I hope to continue spreading the love, healing the world in whatever ways I can.

On to the next mission, biiznillah!