We oftentimes think of surgeries such as heart transplants saving a person’s life, but in the case of Sudhir Choudhrie, it also changed his life for the better in more ways than one. Diagnosed with critical heart disease as a child, many thought that he wouldn’t survive. However, a last-minute heart transplant saved his life and led him to make a promise to himself that he would keep for the rest of his life.
A Promise to Be Positive
Sudhir Choudhrie’s first promise was to always be a beacon of positive energy for others. This would lead to his founding of the Choudhrie Family Foundation which would do work on medical projects in the US, UK, and beyond. It would also work to spread awareness of lifesaving organ donation and transplant surgeries.
Another part of upholding this promise would be the book Sudhir Choudhrie wrote titled “From My Heart: A Tale of Life, Love, and Destiny.” This book would inspire many people, and would even rise to the top of Amazon, becoming a best seller on the platform. This book, along with meeting organ donation recipients in real life, allowed him to help keep others positive when things were looking bad for them and more
Countering Negativity with Positive Energy
One of the struggles that Sudhir Choudhrie would grapple with his entire life would be people who have given up. This mostly applies to people with health conditions he met with only to find out that they were just waiting to die. In one instance a person with a curable condition refused treatment because they were too addicted to junk food. This refusal to make lifestyle changes and be positive weighed heavily on Sudhir Choudhrie, but never diminished his spirit. He continued to meet with organ donor recipients and encourage them to live the very best lives they could.