Muniba Mazari Speech: We all are Perfectly Imperfect

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Muniba Mazari Speech: We all are Perfectly Imperfect

Watch this famous Muniba Mazari Speech. Muniba Mazari is a Pakistani artist, model, activist, motivational speaker, singer, social reformer and television host. She uses a wheelchair due to injuries sustained in a car accident at the age of 21 which makes her Pakistan’s first wheelchair-using model. Enjoy our Speeches with big English subtitles and keep your English learning journey.

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Don’t die before your death.” Muniba Mazari

Muniba Mazari full TRANSCRIPT:

“Thank you so much for all the love, for all the warm. Thank you all for accepting me. Thank you very much.

Well, I always start my talk with some disclaimer. And that disclaimer is that I never claimed to be a motivational speaker. Yes, I do speak. But I feel like a storyteller. Because where ever I go I share a story with everyone.

I believe in the power of words. Many people speak before they think. But I know the value of words. Words can make you, break you, they can heal your soul, they can damage you forever. So, I always try to use positive words in my life. Wherever I go, they call it adversity, I call it opportunity. They call it a weakness, I call it strength. They call me to disable, I call myself differently able. They see my disability. They see my disability. I see my ability. There are some incidents that happened in your life. And those incidents are so strong that they change your DNA. Those incidents and accidents are so strong that they break you physically. They deform your body but they transform your soul. Those incidents break you, deform you but they mold you into the best version of you. And the same thing happened to me. And I am going to share what exactly happened to me.
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