A letter to myself when I’ll be 100 years old

Write a letter to your 100-year-old self.

Dear Future Amir,

As I write to you from my desk at 30 years old, I can’t help but wonder where life has taken you. I hope that you are happy, healthy and thriving, living a life filled with joy and purpose.

At this moment, I am in the early stages of my career in filmmaking, exploring my craft and developing my unique voice. I have so many goals and dreams that I hope to achieve in the coming years.

I hope that you have been able to make your mark in the film industry and have created works of art that have touched people’s hearts and minds. Have you won any awards or been recognized for your talents? I am sure that you have continued to grow and evolve as an artist, experimenting with new techniques and styles, always pushing yourself to be better.

On a personal level, I hope that you have found love and built a family of your own. Have you traveled to new places and experienced new cultures? Have you learned new skills and discovered new passions? I hope that your life has been filled with adventure, wonder and meaningful connections.

As I write this letter to you, I want to remind you to never lose sight of what is truly important in life. As we grow older, it’s easy to get caught up in the demands of work and the distractions of daily life. But it’s essential to remember that our time on this earth is limited, and we must cherish every moment and make the most of every opportunity.

I am excited to see where life has taken you and to learn about the incredible things that you have accomplished. I hope that you look back on your life with a sense of pride and fulfillment, knowing that you have made a difference in the world and touched the lives of many.

Yours truly,

Published by Amir Hashmi

Amir Hashmi is an Indian Film Producer, Director, Writer, and Actor awarded the ‘Film excellence award’ by the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Govt. of India. Apart from being an artist, he is an outstanding speaker who hosted hundreds of inspiring workshops and campaigns amongst the youth. Awarded ‘Sangeet Visharad’ in Hindustani classical singing. He consistently promotes culture, humanity, and morality, and believes in truth and non-violence, besides being known for his environmental and patriotic initiatives.

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