Cancer survivor Lisa Ray is all sorts of amazing. The model-actress-author was diagnosed with multiple myeloma, a cancer of the white blood cells known as plasma cells, in 2009. But Lisa Ray has battled the disease and come out the other side, stronger. She has shared her experience as she stepped out for coffee in Singapore amid coronavirus crisis.
Lisa Ray has shared a post about life in Singapore amid coronavirus spread
Actor-turned-writer Lisa Ray moved to Singapore a few days ago and has shared a post about life in Singapore amid coronavirus spread. She also posted pictures of her wearing a mask as she stepped out to buy coffee. Sharing her experience of going out in public in such times, she wrote, “Here in Singapore I find myself even more watchful on my morning coffee runs along Roberston Quay.” She further stressed on the need to embrace the change and added, “And there’s no way to sugarcoat this, but living like this a precursor to seismic change. Don’t be married to perceptions of ‘normal’ and the way things were before. You’ll only cause yourself dukka or suffering.”
Lisa has also released a book titled ‘Close to the Bone’ about her battle with cancer
Meanwhile, she also shared a picture of one of her twin daughters sitting quietly on a sofa and captioned it, “Lockdown Diaries. Singapore Edition.” Married to Jason Dehni, the actor is mother to one-year-old twin daughters Sufi and Soleil. She has also released a book titled ‘Close to the Bone’ about her battle with cancer.