Irrfan Khan, ee prapanchanni vadili maro prapanchiniki velli ee rojutho 1 year avuthundi. April 29th 2020 Irrfan Khan ika leru anna vishayam telsinappudu yedho prapancham antha aagipoyi ainaki veedukolu palikinattu anipinchindi. Malli ivala ade nishabdam, TV lo naku istamaina Irrfan Khan cinema ‘The Lunchbox’ manasulo yedo alajadi, mind antha gandargolam kani yekkada nuncho Irrfan Khan cheppina ee maata vinipistundi ‘Between the game of life and the game of death, there is just a road’
Irrfan khan 2018 lo cancer treatment kosam hospital lo admit ayyaka fans andarini address chestu oka letter raasaru, I think as a human being we need to read this, just go through this:
It’s been quite sometime now since I have been diagnosed with high-grade neuroendocrine cancer. This new name in my vocabulary, I got to know, was rare, and due to fewer study cases, and less information comparatively, the unpredictability of the treatment was more.
I was part of a trial-and-error game.
I had been in a different game, I was traveling on a speedy train ride, had dreams, plans, aspirations, goals, was fully engaged in them. And suddenly someone taps on my shoulder and I turn to see. It’s the TC: “Your destination is about to come. Please get down.” I am confused: “No, no. My destination hasn’t come.” “No, this is it. This is how it is sometimes.”
The suddenness made me realize how you are just a cork floating in the ocean with UNPREDICTABLE currents! And you are desperately trying to control it.
That was my INTENTION. AND THEN PAIN HIT. As if all this while, you were just getting to know pain, and now you know his nature and his intensity. Nothing was working; NO consolation, no motivation. The entire cosmos becomes one at that moment – just PAIN, and pain felt more enormous than GOD.
As I was entering the hospital, drained, exhausted, listless, I hardly realized my hospital was on the opposite side of Lord’s, the stadium. The Mecca of my childhood dream. Amidst the pain, I saw a poster of a smiling Vivian Richards. Nothing happened, as if that world didn’t even belong to me.
I was left with this immense effect of the enormous power and intelligence of the cosmos. The peculiarity of MY hospital’s location – it HIT me. The only thing certain was the uncertainty. All I could do was to realize my strength and play my game better.
This realisation made me submit, surrender, and trust, irrespective of the outcome, irrespective of where this takes me, eight months from now, or four months from now, or two years. The concerns took a back seat and started to fade and kind of went out of my mind space.
For the first time, I felt what ‘freedom’ truly means. It felt like an accomplishment. As if I was tasting life for the first time, the magical side of it. My confidence in the intelligence of the cosmos became absolute. I feel as if it has entered every cell of mine.
Time will tell if it stays, but that is how I feel as of now.
Throughout my journey, people have been wishing me well, praying for me, from all over the world. People I know, people I don’t even know. They were praying from different places, different time zones, and I feel all their prayers become ONE. One big force, like a force of the current, got inside me through the end of my spine and has germinated through the crown of my head.
A realization that the cork doesn’t need to control the current. That you are being gently rocked in the cradle of nature.