I have the biggest family in the world. When I say big i mean REALLY BIG. I am the first to 50 sisters and brothers with lots of uncles and aunties in the house. Though we are not related by blood, we are related by heart and by love. I love this wall in our house because in our family we are real, we make mistakes, we say sorry, we have fun, we give hugs, we forgive, we are loud, we are patient and most important of all, we love. I love my family so much and I am very thankful for my family and everything I have.
About Nisha Gharti Magar
Nisha is passionate about learning different languages and helping people. She grew up in Kopila Valley Childrens Home in Nepal so she has been involved with helping kids in her school and helping those affected by flood and earthquake in her hometown. Her goals for the year are to be fluent in Spanish and learn more about Ecuadorian cultures. My legal guardian/mother who raised me since I was seven years old is the one who inspires me because she came to Nepal when she was 17 from New Jersey while she was on a gap year to India and opened a Childrens Home in Nepal where I was her first daughter. She teaches people to love, to be kind and to share and she believes that we all can make this world a better place.