Srinagar, Aug 03 : A 25-year-old girl from Srinagar who has worked, hard to achieve her dreams, has come up with her second book “Fail Fall Fly” (faith over failure).
Bisma Ayoub, a resident of Bota Kadal area of Srinagar city, who is a student of Dental College Srinagar has already achieved many feats by winning several prestigious awards for her literary work.
Bisma Ayoub while talking to news agency—Kashmir News Observer (KNO) said that she was interested in writing since her childhood and started writing poetry around eight years before and since then she has been writing continuously.
“My first anthology “The Creative Minds” was a collection of writing of 28 budding writers and the aim was to provide a platform to these writers,” she said. “My second book “MUKHTASAR” ( a short journey of pain) was a collection of 60 Urdu poems and the main message of the book is to love unconditionally and don’t expect anything in return.”
She said that everyone in life faces failures but one should never let himself/herself succumb to adversities but one must strive hard and never give up.
“By not letting any temporary thing ruin life, one can become an inspiration to several others,” she said.
About her third book Bisma said that as humans are looking for a perfect life or some are trying harder to make it perfect. But we are not ready to accept the fact that Life is imperfect, so no matter how much you edit a picture, how much you alter your clothes, how much you try to look good, how much you correct your captions Life is still going to be imperfect. The fact is editing or making something better is not the problem but making imperfection look like a problem is a problem.
“We are so much into perfections that when something happens out of our plan we start getting anxious, we are not ready to accept ourselves in our real version. We are slowly losing the essence of raw and real,” Bisma said. “This book is just a quick reminder to all of us that no matter how imperfect life is going to be, start accepting it with all your heart. Start letting go rather than holding on. Live your life with perfection in imperfections.”
“We face rejection, heartbreaks, our loved ones die, we end relations, we end friendships, we do everything or may be all this happens to us intentionally or unintentionally but remember to love yourself with all failures,” she said, adding that “this book is filled with some lessons, either you relate or you make someone relate to those lessons. But these lessons are something we all go through in our lives at some point of time. So by the time you read them out, remember ‘With each passing day We fail, We fall and We fly.”
Bisma said that life is too short to hold on to something which is going to have no return. Enjoy your stay and spread love and peace—(KNO)