Trying to make each day count: Zara Noor pens heartfelt note following Covid-19 recovery

The actor detailed her quarantine experience and a newfound appreciation of life


Entertainment Desk October 02, 2021

The road to recovery following a Covid-19 diagnosis is often paved with difficulties, and with several celebrities having tested positive with the virus, many are sharing their reflections and a newfound love for the little things in life on social media.


Actor Zara Noor Abbas, who tested positive recently, took to Instagram to share a “photo dump” from her days in isolation. Zara explained in the detailed note accompanying the post that she was surprised by her own strength during the recovery process. She wrote, “[The] past few days have been tough. Tougher than I thought, actually. But you see, coping mechanisms of your body and mind tame you in a way you’d never imagine. Furthermore, Allah only puts you in the tests as much as you can take, and then while going through it all, you pat yourself and realise your inner endurance and strength was always a blow away.”

Sharing that she has now tested negative, the Parey Hut Love star revealed how she spent her quarantine days. “This is my photo dump for my quarantine. I have watched movies, missed entertainers who left the world, read books, couldn’t smell, couldn’t taste, coughed, cried, paused, stayed and realised how blessed we are for everything in our life," she went on, adding, "Forever grateful for my family for hanging in there with me. Some friends knew what I was going through. Thank you for your love and duas. Hoping for better times now. And trying to make each and every day count. In moments like these is when you realise that life is unpredictable and short. So live it!”

Recently, the Hum Kahan Ke Sachay Thay star Kubra Khan also took to social media and penned a heartfelt note on how she has learned to appreciate 'small things in life' while she struggled with her health after catching the virus.

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