Sudhir Choudhrie is well-known for his entrepreneurial success and his philanthropy efforts. What is not well-known is he had a medical condition discovered when he was a child. At eight, the doctors diagnosed Choudhrie with a heart problem.
The problem plagued him his entire life, and after several heart attacks, his heart was failing. His heart reached the point where Choudhrie needed a heart transplant to survive. Sudhir Choudhrie received a heart transplant eight months after his brother died from a heart problem.
Compelled to tell his story, Choudhrie wrote a memoir entitled From My Heart: A Tale of Life, Love and Destiny. Choudhrie reveals in the book what it was like to be part of a privileged family in India.
He also talks about growing up, knowing you have a heart that will one day fail you. He discusses his health problems, including the time he was blind. The renowned Dr. Oz performed Choudhrie’s heart transplant and saved his life.
The story does not stop there. In the book, Sudhir Choudhrie reveals he experienced horrifying visions after his surgery. They were prohibiting him from moving on with life. He underwent therapy to help rid himself of them. Now, he focuses on his family and helping others.
Choudhrie’s wife Anita was beside him every step of the way. She relied on prayer to give her strength to help her fight for her husband. Choudhrie’s two sons were also by his side while struggling with the idea that they could lose their father. The book is a story of hope, survival, and making the best of a second chance.
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