I feel that I am giving up, reveals Maya Ali in emotional Insta post

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Pakistani actress and model Maya Ali has has given her followers hope, inspiration and mental strength to overcome the daily life’s challenges. 

The 30-year-old actress tool to Instagram on Monday to share the heart-touching post.

“Life isn’t same the anymore but it doesn’t mean it’s bad… Every year has four seasons and each season has its own taste… We always say “how good was that time” but we never think that the time we are living in right now is better than our past, because we made it to this point to live it…,” she wrote.

 

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Life isn’t same the anymore but it doesn’t mean it’s bad… Every year has four seasons and each season has its own taste… We always say “how good was that time” but we never think that the time we are living in right now is better than our past, because we made it to this point to live it… I have learned one thing throughout these years always be thankful to ALLAH for everything, I won’t say time is bad or good it’s jut life has its ups and downs and this is the best thing about life… I am sharing all this with all of you because sometimes I feel down and low and sometimes I feel that I am giving up but at the same time I start counting the blessings of my life and the people who are important to me… Enjoy every moment, and trust me there is no harm in crying, or to cry loud out if you want to and then smile again… Every dark night comes to an end there is a brighter morning waiting the next day… Say Alhamdulillah and start your day…😇😇

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“I have learned one thing throughout these years always be thankful to ALLAH for everything, I won’t say time is bad or good it’s jut life has its ups and downs and this is the best thing about life… I am sharing all this with all of you because sometimes I feel down and low and sometimes I feel that I am giving up but at the same time I start counting the blessings of my life and the people who are important to me…”

“Enjoy every moment, and trust me there is no harm in crying, or to cry loud out if you want to and then smile again… Every dark night comes to an end there is a brighter morning waiting the next day… Say Alhamdulillah and start your day.

The actress was recently seen in Muzaffarabad, where Prime Minister Imran Khan held a rally to show solidarity with Kashmiris in the wake of Indian military clampdown in the occupied valley. ‘

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