Appreciate the people who bring you joy: Hania Aamir

The 'Dilruba' star took to Instagram and shared a note on being thankful for the good people in her life

Entertainment Desk October 15, 2021

Hania Aamir seems to be reflecting on her blessings as of late. The Dilruba star took to Instagram and shared a note on being thankful for the good people in her life. Sharing an adorable picture, Hania penned, "There are so many distractions around us. So much noise. It makes us lose sight of the things and the people we should be thankful for."

She further shared how she has stopped chasing people. "We run after the people who have hurt us and cry for the people who have betrayed us, forgetting to be there for the ones who were our anchors when we had lost control. Sometimes we take the nicest people for granted just because they are available at any time without any questions," she further added. 

Hania went on, "Appreciate the people who bring you joy. Appreciate the kind souls who just want good for you. The ones who give without expecting anything in return. The ones you can sit in silence with. Have a conversation at any time of the night with. The ones you never ask how they are doing and they never bring it up either."

The starlet concluded, "Their efforts might seem insignificant; because they probably weren’t the reason for some big event in your life; but they are the ones who keep you going. Appreciate and give back to these beautiful selfless people. They are rare."

Earlier, Hania did an Instagram Q&A with the fans and broke the silence as to why she has decided to stay inactive on the app. Hania addressed the reasons for being more critical of what she posts on her socials after being scrutinised by fans of sharing her personal life often on social media. 

When a fan asked Hania, "Why are you not as active on Instagram as you used to be?", she responded, "Don't feel like it anymore." The actor went on to elaborate, "I've picked enough battles here. Voicing your opinions comes at a price and the price is your mental health. The gossip, the mean comments and the 'putting each other down' on the internet had started getting to me. And honestly, I lost faith in humanity so I need a break. I don't feel like putting my life out there anymore."

Hania further added, "To be honest, I'm at peace. I like that people know less and say less. Maybe one day Instagram and I can rekindle the friendship we once had but for now, I'm good."

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