Usman Ahmad! Usman is a 29yo second year medical student at the University of South Florida, an advocate, and thoughtful human. In this conversation, we talk about everything from a possible Multiple Sclerosis diagnosis, to firearm research, his Muslim upbringing, and everything in between. You’ll hear his thoughtfulness and gratitude for life in his responses to the four prompts.
I hope you enjoy! 🙂
Before Usman dies, he wants…
to feel fulfilled,
and to build something.
When Usman dies, he wants…
to have no regrets.
After Usman dies, he wants…
to not leave the world a worse place.
In conclusion, Usman says…
“To keep perspective is the most important thing you can do as an individual, especially if you’re facing difficult circumstances and it really will help ground yourself to say, ‘Hey i can do this. I can make it through this situation.’
Seek out resources. Rely on your friends. Rely on your family. Search out answers in your communities.”
On Death Podcast
Long Form Sundays
- On getting my groove back (or returning to my practices)
- On pushing the boundaries and crossing the line (or a slice of humble pie as second year begins)
- On catching up again and again (or the calm before the MS2 storm)
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