Manisha Koirala has recently finished her long going battle from cancer and has willfully joined the track of life. Now she wants to live life in its full glory and now she has decided to adopt a baby girl.
Manisha Koirala says she would’ve adopted a baby girl earlier, but for her sudden health issue. “After my ovarian cancer was cured I was advised to give it three years before my body would be considered safe from the disease. Those three years would be over next year. That’s when I’ll feel confident enough to take care of a new life. That’s when I’ll officially adopt a child.”
Manisha says the relationship between a child and her mother is the most sacred and unconditional bonding. “It’s the only relationship where one truly puts the other person above oneself.”
So far, says Manisha Koirala, love has been elusive in her life. “I’ve always fallen in love with the wrong people. I’ve ended being hurt but never disillusioned by love. I still look for love. I still crave to be in a perfect relationship, though I know it may not be possible to find it. I now long to find that perfect love in my relationship with my child.”
She has taken the blows on her chin. “Life has taught me some hard lessons. I am 44 now. I feel I’ve now finally understood what the gift of life is.”
Manisha Koirala craves for an inner peace. “I am in harmony now with every facet of life. I am now looking forward to some good work, a stress-free life and maybe the right life partner one day. In the meanwhile I’m now getting ready to bring my child home. I feel she would complete me in the way no other person can.”