A Moment of Your Time

Episode 302 - “The Butterfly” by Pari Meg

Pari Meg is a strong girl trying to inspire others. From the horrid experiences she went through nothing could stop her. Nothing can hurt her. She is a college student trying to make it big and make a name for herself. Whether it’s through film or art, she wants to be remembered. And she wants to help others any way she can. She is based in California.

 

Find more of Pari:

Instagram/Snapchat: @parisa_meghdadi

Tiktok: @pari_meg

 

A Statement from Pari:

"When I was ten years old, I spent a lot of my time in the hospital. Thinking in my head, I wish I could just die. My right hand doesn’t work, my speech is gone. What’s the point. Because of the tragic experience, I now have PTSD, depression, and anxiety. And it’s still hard to this day. I try to go one day at a time and try not to over think. I have good days. I have bad days. But I never give up. My own father tried to commit suicide and after that experience there’s no way I would do anything like that. Life is hard, but never give up. I recently lost all of my money in my bank account and I’m really stressed out. But I’m trying to go one day at a time.

I created this piece to show others to never lose hope. It will get better. And I’ll always be there if anyone wants to talk.

I have been through a lot in my life. The hospital, losing my home, my father, just all the bad luck. I will stop nothing to never give up. I want to inspire everyone. I don’t want to worry about anything in my life, whether it’s financials or pain. I want people to know my name. Yes, not everyone is going to love me and that’s okay. If I can help at least one person and make them laugh, I know I’ve done my job."

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Created during a time of quarantine in the global Coronavirus pandemic, A Moment Of Your Time’s mission is to provide a space for expression, collaboration, community and solidarity. In this time of isolation, we may have to be apart but let’s create together. 

Concept by Jenny Curtis

Theme music by Chris Porter

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