Sushmita Sen is a proud mother to her two daughters Renee Sen and Alisah Sen and is never afraid to show it off. Sushmita on Tuesday night stumbled across an old video of her youngest daughter Alisah and shared it on her Twitter account. In the video, Alisah can be heard reciting a heartwarming essay on adoption.
In the essay, the 11-year-old inspired people to adopt as it gives a child “ the right to live ” and brings a lot of love and happiness in return.
Retweeting the video to her verified Twitter account, Sushmita wrote: “Such wisdom and grace !!! Alisah Sen inspires me !!! #DuggaDugga #BornFromTheHeart.”
As for the essay, Alisah read, “I believe you should adopt a child from the orphanage because you will have happiness in your family. After all, a child must have the right to live. You might think that adopting a child means more responsibility than biological responsibility. But no, you are wrong. The two types are the same and secondly, there shouldn’t even be any differentiation. “
In her insightful essay, Alisah said that children are like “clay” and are quick to love. She also called on people to give orphans the love they deserve but don’t get.
Alisah said: “When you adopt, you give life to someone. You become different. You can choose a child whose parents have abandoned him. Plus, honestly, it’s a wonderful feeling to know that you you gave life this way. you saved one. Your child will love you so much that you will never feel adopted. This is the kind of love you will get from them. ”
The essay also mentioned her mother Sushmita and Sunny Leone and said, “There are people who adopted children out of pure love, not to make a name for themselves – Sushmita Sen, who adopted two little girls; Sunny Leone, who adopted a daughter. So please be like these inspiring people, who inspired almost the whole world to adopt a child. Adopt a child, but for love. ”
For the uninformed, Sushmita became a mother at the age of 24 when she adopted her eldest daughter Renee. She adopted her youngest daughter, Alisah, in 2010.