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10-Year-Old Muskan Virk Kicks Off Her 365 Days Of Gratitude Summer Book Tour In Buffalo

10-Year-Old Muskan Virk Kicks Off Her 365 Days Of Gratitude Summer Book Tour In Buffalo

Buffalo, NY – June 5, 2017 – Join one of the world’s youngest authors, 10-year-old Muskan Virk, as she kicks off her 365 Days of Gratitude Summer Book Tour in Western New York with a week-long celebration of gratitude and six special events in/around Buffalo the week of July 4th.

The Healing Power Of Gratitude @ Unity of Buffalo (Sunday, July 2nd, 12-3PM ET, Suggested Love Offering: $20: Adults, $15: Seniors & Children): Muskan will be sharing her amazing and inspirational journey, how focusing on what and whom you have in your life can help you in your own healing, while allowing you to hold the space for those in your life who are healing. You are invited to take part in the Gratitude Pot Luck at the conclusion of the event. A portion of the love offering will go to the Child Life Department of Women’s & Children’s Hospital of Buffalo. No one will be turned away for lack of funds. All are welcome to take part in this special afternoon of gratitude.

What Are You Grateful For? @ The Lancaster Library (Monday, July 3rd, 1-3PM ET): While feeling freedom and independence in the air and enjoying the holiday festivities in Lancaster, take some time to reflect and relax, and to connect with your family, friends, and your neighbors to share with Muskan what and whom you have in your life to be grateful for.

365 Days of Gratitude Book Signing @ Dawnfire Sanctuary (Wednesday, July 5th, 6-8PM ET):

Meet & Greet/365 Days of Gratitude Book Signing @ Ilio DiPaolo’s Restaurant (Thursday, July 6th, 12-2PM ET): One of the most important things to be grateful for in our lives is the delicious food that we are blessed to eat every day and enjoying it with those we love and care about. Food does taste better when it’s shared. When walking into Ilio’s, you will have the opportunity to meet Muskan and share your gratitudes before enjoying your lunch with family and friends.

A Night of Gratitude @ The Buffalo City Mission (Friday, July 7th, 5-8PM ET: **Event Closed To The Public**): Muskan will be uniting the women and children of the Buffalo City Mission in a night of hope and healing, serving the evening’s dinner meal, singing Amazing Grace, and speaking to the residents about the importance of believing in yourself and never giving up. 

Grounded In Gratitude @ Monkey See, Monkey Do…Children’s Bookstore (Saturday, July 8th, 11AM-12:30PM ET): Families, parents, and children of all ages are invited to join Muskan for the creation of a special Gratitude Tree Mural, to share your gratitudes, by adding your “leaves” and/or “handprints,” to leave a lasting impression. 

“My family and are blessed to come to Western New York for the first time. Buffalo has been referred to for some time as the ‘City of Good Neighbors,’ and so there’s no place else I could think of to begin my 365 Days of Gratitude Summer Book Tour other than Buffalo,” said Muskan.

At each event open to the public, Muskan will also be signing copies of her book 365 Days of Gratitude, which will be available for purchase. Part of the proceeds of all books sold in Western New York will go to Helping Hands, Muskan’s official organization, which is giving back to the homeless and to those in need across the globe.

The Inspiring Journey To 365 Days Of Gratitude: Muskan came into this world as a miracle after her parents’ 16 years of marriage. At the young age of 6, Muskan learned about the injustice that Malala Yousafzai (the Pakistani activist for female education and the youngest-ever Nobel Prize laureate) had gone through, and was devastated. She was propelled to take action and wanted to make a difference. She started by raising funds to donate to the Malala Fund and other local charities. However, despite the difference she was already making, Muskan didn’t want to stop there. She asked her mother incessantly about why there was so much gender inequality in such modern times. In order to shift her thoughts on this subject to a more positive state, her mother gave her a journal and encouraged her to write one thing every day that she was grateful for.

She wanted Muskan to focus on all the positive things in her life. As time passed, her mother forgot about the journal, until Muskan came to her later with a journal filled with all of the things she was grateful for and how she had transformed her negative thoughts about gender inequality into positive thoughts on how she can use her influence to make an impact.

From those beautiful daily gratitudes, 365 Days of Gratitude was born. Muskan has since traveled throughout North America, to New York City, Seattle, and Los Angeles, sharing her message of gratitude, love, and compassion with children, parents, families, and the homeless, connecting one heartbeat at a time.

Along with the inspiring stories of gratitude from best-selling authors Serena Dyer (the daughter of beloved spiritual teacher and New York Times best-selling author and inspirational speaker Dr. Wayne Dyer) and Rick Hansen (Canadian Paralympian, activist, and philanthropist for people with disabilities), 365 Days of Gratitude is filled with simple gratitudes of everyday life, which inspire and uplift, and remind all of the beauty and pleasures that surrounds us and makes us feel good.

To learn more about Muskan Virk and her charitable organization (Helping Hands), please visit MuskanVirk.com.

For the latest information on Muskan’s events in Western York, stay connected with us on Facebook and Twitter.

For media inquiries, please contact:

John Masiulionis

Publicist for Muskan Virk

Empowered by John President

Official Website: EmpoweredByJohn.com

E-Mail Address: PR@MuskanVirk.com

Cell Phone Number: 716.989.1436

 

 

 

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Seattle’s East West Bookshop Opens Its Doors For The 365 Days Of Gratitude Book Tour Saturday, April 15th

Seattle’s East West Bookshop Opens Its Doors For The 365 Days Of Gratitude North American Book Tour: Meet Muskan Virk Saturday Night, April 15th For A FREE Book Talk/Signing/Q&A 

Buffalo, NY – March 19, 2017 – Join one of the world’s youngest authors, 10-year-old Muskan Virk, at East West Bookshop in Seattle on Saturday evening, April 15th (from 7-8:30PM PT), as she shares the release of her new book, 365 Days of Gratitude, in a special free Book Talk. Muskan will discuss how practicing compassion and expressing unconditional love allow us to see the bigger picture of life, and how gratitude heals, for when we are grateful for what we have in our lives, we have more to be grateful for. Plus, Muskan will be answering your questions in a special interactive 365 Days of Gratitude Q&A and conclude the evening’s event with a book signing, where you will be able to have your very own copy of 365 Days of Gratitude signed by Muskan herself.

“I cannot wait to share my message of gratitude, love, and compassion with the customers of East West Bookshop,” said Muskan.

The Inspiring Journey To 365 Days Of Gratitude: Muskan came into this world as a miracle after her parents’ 16 years of marriage. At the young age of 6, Muskan learned about the injustice that Malala Yousafzai (the Pakistani activist for female education and the youngest-ever Nobel Prize laureate) had gone through, and was devastated. She was propelled to take action and wanted to make a difference. She started by raising funds to donate to the Malala Fund and other local charities. However, despite the difference she was already making, Muskan didn’t want to stop there. She asked her mother incessantly about why there was so much gender inequality in such modern times. In order to shift her thoughts on this subject to a more positive state, her mother gave her a journal and encouraged her to write one thing every day that she was grateful for.

She wanted Muskan to focus on all the positive things in her life. As time passed, her mother forgot about the journal, until Muskan came to her later with a journal filled with all of the things she was grateful for and how she had transformed her negative thoughts about gender inequality into positive thoughts on how she can use her influence to make an impact.

From those beautiful daily gratitudes, 365 Days of Gratitude was born. Along with the inspiring stories of gratitude from best-selling authors Serena Dyer (the daughter of beloved spiritual teacher and New York Times best-selling author & inspirational speaker Dr. Wayne Dyer) and Jason Garner, 365 Days of Gratitude is filled with simple gratitudes of everyday life, which inspire and uplift, and remind all of the beauty and pleasures that surrounds us and makes us feel good.

Pre-registration for this special event at the Main Hall of East West Bookshop is required. Reserve your free tickets by visiting EastWestBookshop.com. You are also welcome to reserve your space and spread the word on Muskan’s first-ever appearance at East West by RSVP’ing and sharing the official Facebook event on social media

To learn more about Muskan Virk and her charitable organization (Helping Hands), please visit MuskanVirk.com.

For further information, please contact:

John Masiulionis
Publicist for Muskan Virk
Empowered by John President
Office Number: 716.989.1436
E-Mail Address: PR@MuskanVirk.com 
Official Website: EmpoweredByJohn.com

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Support Autism Awareness Month By Embracing Authenticity & Gratitude @ Seattle Unity Friday, April 14th

Support Autism Awareness Month By Embracing Authenticity & Gratitude: Join 10-Year-Old Author Muskan Virk & Aligned Education’s Micki O’Brien At Seattle Unity Friday Night, April 14th

Buffalo, NY – March 18, 2017 – What happens when you team up one of the world’s youngest inspirational authors with an inspired teacher, speaker and transformational education advocate? You get Embracing Authenticity & Gratitude, a special one-night event at Seattle Unity on Friday evening, April 14th (from 7-9PM PT), featuring the 10-year-old author of the book 365 Days of Gratitude, Muskan Virk (recently featured on Hay House Radio, as their youngest-ever guest), and CEO and Co-Founder of Aligned Education, Micki O’Brien, M.A.

In honor of Autism Awareness Month, the two have aligned to share their powerful healing messages of authenticity and gratitude with the “Emerald City,” to remind everyone of the importance of being yourself and focusing your energies on what and whom you intentionally have in your life. For when we do this, we become stronger, more loving and compassionate, and have even more to be grateful for.

“I am super excited to come to Seattle. And I am thrilled that Micki will be joining me at Seattle Unity. Our messages are rooted in love, and we are so happy to share this love with the city this April,” said Muskan.

“I am so excited and inspired to share the stage with Muskan! When I asked her how she wants people to feel when they first meet her, she said, ‘Like kindergarten, I want them to feel like they can just be themselves and play with me like kids do in kindergarten!’ I look forward to co-creating authentic, playful, gratitude-full time with Muskan, and everyone who attends!,” said Micki.

This two-hour event is designed for children, teens, and adults alike, and will include: a few simple interactive exercises, Muskan and Micki speaking both individually and together (during a Q&A session), plus an opportunity to meet Micki and Muskan at the end of the event, take pictures, and purchase your own personal copy of 365 Days of Gratitude. A portion of the proceeds from each copy of the book sold will go to Muskan’s foundation, Helping Hands, whose mission is to help homelessness in every country.

The Inspiring Journey To 365 Days Of Gratitude: Muskan came into this world as a miracle after her parents’ 16 years of marriage. At the young age of 6, Muskan learned about the injustice that Malala Yousafzai (the Pakistani activist for female education and the youngest-ever Nobel Prize laureate) had gone through, and was devastated. She was propelled to take action and wanted to make a difference. She started by raising funds to donate to the Malala Fund and other local charities. However, despite the difference she was already making, Muskan didn’t want to stop there. She asked her mother incessantly about why there was so much gender inequality in such modern times. In order to shift her thoughts on this subject to a more positive state, her mother gave her a journal and encouraged her to write one thing every day that she was grateful for.

She wanted Muskan to focus on all the positive things in her life. As time passed, her mother forgot about the journal, until Muskan came to her later with a journal filled with all of the things she was grateful for and how she had transformed her negative thoughts about gender inequality into positive thoughts on how she can use her influence to make an impact.

From those beautiful daily gratitudes, 365 Days of Gratitude was born. Along with the inspiring stories of gratitude from best-selling authors Serena Dyer (the daughter of beloved spiritual teacher and New York Times best-selling author & inspirational speaker Dr. Wayne Dyer) and Jason Garner, 365 Days of Gratitude is filled with simple gratitudes of everyday life, which inspire and uplift, and remind all of the beauty and pleasures that surrounds us and makes us feel good.  

Tickets for Embracing Authenticity & Gratitude are available now at Eventbrite.com (Adult: $20, Youth/Under 18: $15), with Early Bird Pricing available through Sunday evening, April 9th (Adult Early Bird: $15, Youth/Under 18 Early Bird: $10). Tickets will also be available for sale the night of the event at Seattle Unity.

Please note: If you, or someone you are accompanying, is easily overwhelmed by loud noise and/or crowds please bring ear plugs or another noise cancelling or noise reducing tool. We will do our best to provide a quiet space to retreat to in the event of overwhelm, and we also recommend using whatever tools or strategies work best for you/the person you are accompanying. Please inquire by Friday, April 7th should need special accommodations. 

To learn more about Muskan Virk, her book (365 Days of Gratitude) and her charitable organization (Helping Hands), please visit MuskanVirk.com.

To learn more about Micki O’Brien, M.A., her company (Aligned Education), her speaking, autism and inclusion work and her role as an Advanced Certified Trainer of the Nurtured Heart Approach®, please visit AlignedEducation.com.

For further information, please contact:

John Masiulionis
Publicist for Muskan Virk
Empowered by John President
Office Number: 716.989.1436
E-Mail Address: PR@MuskanVirk.com 
Official Website: EmpoweredByJohn.com

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10-Year-Old Muskan Virk Brings Her Message Of “365 Days Of Gratitude” To Hay House Radio LIVE On December 13th

The Message Of “365 Days Of Gratitude” Is Coming To Hay House Radio: 10-Year-Old Muskan Virk Joins Gerry Gavin’s “Messages From Margaret” LIVE Tuesday, December 13th

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Buffalo, NY, December 13, 2016  Less than two weeks before Christmas, a powerful message is being spread across the world. One of unconditional love. One of compassion. One of gratitude. 

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Tune in to Hay House Radio on Tuesday night, December 13th (beginning at 6PM ET/3PM PT), as one of the world’s youngest authors, 10-year-old Muskan Virk, will join Gerry Gavin‘s Messages From Margaret radio show to share the release of her new-book 365 Days of Gratitude, her recent experience serving the residents of The Midnight Mission this past Saturday at A Night of Gratitude, plus preview her forthcoming book signing/Q&A in New York City at Aum Shanti Bookshop on Saturday afternoon, December 17th (between 1-3PM ET).

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You can listen to the interview live for free by logging on to HayHouse.com or by listening on the Hay House App. If you miss the live airing of Muskan’s interview, you can subscribe to Hay House Radio and receive your own monthly membership, which will provide you with access to Gerry’s conversation with Muskan, along with any past episodes of Messages From Margaret that you may have missed.

If you are navigating through a difficult time in your life and/or if you are moving through a time of transformation and change, let the energies of 365 Days of Gratituderemind you of who you are and what’s truly important, regardless of your age and the stage that you are at in your life. 365 Days of Gratitude provides people of all ages with hope, healing, positivity, and a sense of knowing and feeling the foundation of what joy and happiness are based off of: gratitude. 

About Muskan Virk: Muskan Virk came into this world as a miracle after her parents’ 16 years of marriage. At the young age of six, Muskan learned about the injustice that Malala Yousafzai had gone through, and was devastated. She was propelled to take action and make a difference. She started by raising fund to donate to the Malala Fund and other local charities. However, despite the difference she was already making, Muskan didn’t want to stop there. She asked her mother incessantly about why there was so much gender inequality in such modern times. In order to shift her thoughts on this subject to a more positive state, her mother gave her a journal and encouraged her to write one thing every day that she was grateful for. From those beautiful daily gratitudes, her book, 365 Days of Gratitude was born. Muskan is inspired by knowing that her words will make a difference in people’s lives and would like to make a difference globally with her foundation called Helping Hands, whose mission is to help homelessness in every country. Muskan lives with her parents and her dog Butterball. For additional information, please visit Muskan on Instagram

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A Night Of Gratitude: 10-Year-Old Writer/Philanthropist Muskan Virk To Visit The Midnight Mission Saturday, December 10th

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A Night Of Gratitude: 10-Year-Old Writer/Philanthropist Muskan Virk To Visit The Midnight Mission Saturday, December 10th

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(Los Angeles, Calif.) – The Midnight Mission (TMM) is pleased to announce that ten-year-old writer/philanthropist Muskan Virk will be serving dinner to our homeless and near-homeless community on Saturday, December 10, 2016. On the heels of the release 365 Days of Gratitude, Muskan and her family asked to visit TMM while she is in town during her U.S. and Canadian book tour. Along with the inspiring stories of gratitude from best-selling authors Serena Dyer (the daughter of New York Times best-selling author and beloved spiritual teacher Dr. Wayne Dyer) and Jason Garner (the former CEO of Live Nation), Rick Hansen (Canadian Paralympian, activist, and philanthropist), Taylor Conroy (former NHL star) and Maya Kanigan (the Founder and President of Women in Leadership), this book is filled with simple gratitudes of everyday life, which inspire and uplift, continually reminding us all of the beauty and pleasures that surround us.

Joining her in serving meals will be her Mother Meera, Father Kip, Former WWE Diva Serena Deeb and former Supervising Producer of the Oprah Winfrey Show LeGrande Green. In addition to serving meals, Muskan will be handing out hand-written notes to each person she serves. These notes will contain messages of encouragement.  Immediately following the meal service, Muskan will speak to our community in what has been titled A Night of Gratitude. She will talk about her book and how practicing gratitude can completely transform one’s life. Her goal is to inspire people in their time of need. Muskan is a catalyst for connection, helping people to embrace who they truly are. 365 Days of Gratitude provides people of all ages with hope, healing, inspiration, positivity, and a sense of knowing and feeling the foundation of what joy and happiness are based on: gratitude. 

This event will follow her book signing/Q&A at Mystic Journey in Venice, CA on Friday, December 9th. It’s not often that we find a young individual so determined to bring change to the world. We feel that having Muskan, her family and friends visit our facility will bring joy and hope to all of TMM’s guests.

About Muskan Virk: Muskan Virk came into this world as a miracle after her parents’ 16 years of marriage. At the young age of six, Muskan learned about the injustice that Malala Yousafzai had gone through, and was devastated. She was propelled to take action and make a difference. She started by raising fund to donate to the Malala Fund and other local charities. However, despite the difference she was already making, Muskan didn’t want to stop there. She asked her mother incessantly about why there was so much gender inequality in such modern times. In order to shift her thoughts on this subject to a more positive state, her mother gave her a journal and encouraged her to write one thing every day that she was grateful for. From those beautiful daily gratitudes, her book, 365 Days of Gratitude was born. Muskan is inspired by knowing that her words will make a difference in people’s lives and would like to make a difference globally with her foundation called Helping Hands, whose mission is to help homelessness in every country. Muskan lives with her parents and her dog Butterball. For additional information, please visit Muskan on Instagram

About The Midnight Mission: Founded in 1914, The Midnight Mission offers paths to self-sufficiency to men, women and children who have lost direction. Our emergency services and 12-step recovery, family living, job training, education and workforce development programs offer a compassionate bridge to achieve and maintain healthy, productive lives. We remove obstacles and provide the accountability and structure that people who are experiencing homelessness need to be productive in their communities. Our conviction and commitment to their success define us. For additional information, please visit www.MidnightMission.org.

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The 365 Days Of Gratitude Book Tour Comes To New York City For The Holiday Season: Meet 10-Year-Old Muskan Virk December 17th @ Aum Shanti Bookshop

10-Year-Old Muskan Virk Brings The Message Of 365 Days Of Gratitude To New York City’s Aum Shanti Bookshop December 17th

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CONTACT: John Masiulionis, (716) 989-1436
E-Mail Address: John@EmpoweredByJohn.com

Buffalo, NY, November 7, 2016  When you are grateful for what you have, you have more to be grateful for.

The magical holiday wonderland that is New York City will be shining even brighter the week before Christmas. That light will be coming from the soul of a 10-year-old girl from Vancouver, Canada, whose simple wish is for everyone around the “Big Apple” and the world to be happy.

Join one of the world’s youngest authors, Muskan Virk, on Saturday afternoon, December 17th, as she will be signing copies of her brand-new book 365 Days of Gratitude at Aum Shanti Bookshop (226 E. 14th Street (between 2nd & 3rd Avenues New York, NY 10003) from 1-3PM PT. Prior to the signing, Muskan will be discussing the release of the book, in addition to answering your questions on love, compassion, and gratitude.

If you are navigating through a difficult time in your life and/or if you are moving through a time of transformation and change, let the energies of 365 Days of Gratituderemind you of who you are and what’s truly important, regardless of your age and the stage that you are at in your life. 365 Days of Gratitude provides people of all ages with hope, healing, positivity, and a sense of knowing and feeling the foundation of what joy and happiness are based off of: gratitude. 

Muskan came into this world as a miracle after her parents’ 16 years of marriage. At the young age of six, Muskan learned about the injustice that Malala Yousafzai had gone through, and was devastated. She was propelled to take action and wanted to make a difference. She started by raising funds to donate to the Malala Fund and other local charities. However, despite the difference she was already making, Muskan didn’t want to stop there. She asked her mother incessantly about why there was so much gender inequality in such modern times. 

In order to shift her thoughts on this subject to a more positive state, her mother gave her a journal and encouraged her to write one thing every day that she was grateful for. She wanted Muskan to focus on all the positive things in her life. As time passed, her mother forgot about the journal, until Muskan came to her later with a journal filled with all of the things she was grateful for and how she had transformed her negative thoughts about gender inequality into positive thoughts on how she can use her influence to make an impact. They both were inspired to share this with the world, so chose 365 to create this beautiful book.

It wasn’t enough for Muskan to simply learn about these issues, she wanted to make a difference, and declared that “This world needs to be changed, and I’m the one that could change it!” Muskan proceeded to fundraise $1200 through her school, who donated it to the Malala Fund.

Along with the inspiring stories of gratitude from best-selling authors Serena Dyer (the daughter of New York Times best-selling author and beloved spiritual teacher Dr. Wayne Dyer) and Jason Garner (the former CEO of Live Nation), along with Rick Hansen (Canadian Paralympian, activist, and philanthropist), this book is filled with simple gratitudes of everyday life, which inspire and uplift, and remind all of the beauty that surrounds us.

Muskan believes that if you have everything in life, then take the time to look and see how you can support others and be a part of positive change in the world. Muskan is inspired by the knowing that her words will make a difference in people’s lives and would like to make a difference globally with her organization called Helping Hands, whose mission is to help homelessness in every country. Partial proceeds of this very book will be donated to Helping Hands as a continued effort in ensuring you are also a part of making a difference.

365 Days of Gratitude is also available via paperback and Kindle on Amazon.com. 

Learn more about Muskan and her message of gratitude by following her on Instagram

Muskan Virk is now available for interviews, live events, and book signings. For more information, contact John@EmpoweredByJohn.com.

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Los Angeles: Meet 10-Year-Old Muskan Virk, The Author Of 365 Days Of Gratitude, December 9th @ Mystic Journey

10-Year-Old Muskan Virk Brings The Message Of 365 Days Of Gratitude To The “City Of Angels” On Friday, December 9th

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Buffalo, NY, October 22, 2016  When you are grateful for what you have, you have more to be grateful for.

“The City of Angels” will be lit up for the holiday season. Those lights will be operated from the heart of a 10-year-old girl from Vancouver, Canada, whose simple wish is for everyone around the world to be happy.

Join one of the world’s youngest authors, Muskan Virk, on Friday night, December 9th, as she will be signing copies of her new book 365 Days of Gratitude at Mystic Journey (1624 Abbot Kinney Blvd, Venice, CA 90291) from 6-8PM PT. Prior to the signing, Muskan will talking about the release of the book, in addition to answering your questions on gratitude, love, and compassion.

If you are navigating through a difficult time in your life and/or if you are moving through a time of transformation and change, let the energies of 365 Days of Gratituderemind you of who you are and what’s truly important. 365 Days of Gratitude provides people of all ages with hope, healing, positivity, and a sense of knowing and feeling the foundation of what joy and happiness are based off of: gratitude.

Muskan came into this world as a miracle after her parents’ 16 years of marriage. At the young age of six, Muskan learned about the injustice that Malala Yousafzai had gone through, and was devastated. She was propelled to take action and wanted to make a difference. She started by raising funds to donate to the Malala Fund and other local charities. However, despite the difference she was already making, Muskan didn’t want to stop there. She asked her mother incessantly about why there was so much gender inequality in such modern times. 

In order to shift her thoughts on this subject to a more positive state, her mother gave her a journal and encouraged her to write one thing every day that she was grateful for. She wanted Muskan to focus on all the positive things in her life. As time passed, her mother forgot about the journal, until Muskan came to her later with a journal filled with all of the things she was grateful for and how she had transformed her negative thoughts about gender inequality into positive thoughts on how she can use her influence to make an impact. They both were inspired to share this with the world, so chose 365 to create this beautiful book.

It wasn’t enough for Muskan to simply learn about these issues, she wanted to make a difference, and declared that “This world needs to be changed, and I’m the one that could change it!” Muskan proceeded to fundraise $1200 through her school, who donated it to the Malala Fund.

Along with the inspiring stories of gratitude from best-selling authors Serena Dyer (the daughter of New York Times best-selling author and beloved spiritual teacher Dr. Wayne Dyer) and Jason Garner (the former CEO of Live Nation), along with Rick Hansen (Canadian Paralympian, activist, and philanthropist), this book is filled with simple gratitudes of everyday life, which inspire and uplift, and remind all of the beauty that surrounds us.

Muskan is inspired by the knowing that her words will make a difference in people’s lives and would like to make a difference globally with her organization called Helping Hands, whose mission is to help homelessness in every country. Partial proceeds of this very book will be donated to Helping Hands, as a continued effort in ensuring you are also a part of making a difference.

365 Days of Gratitude is also available via paperback and Kindle on Amazon.com. 

Learn more about Muskan and her message of gratitude by following her on Instagram

Muskan Virk is now available for interviews, live events, and book signings. For more information, contact John@EmpoweredByJohn.com.

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Let The Words Of 9-Year-Old Muskan Virk Inspire You: 365 Days Of Gratitude Available Now

Let The Words Of 9-Year-Old Muskan Virk Inspire You: 365 Days Of Gratitude Available Now

Buffalo, NY, September 5, 2016   What are you grateful for?

When life gets a bit heavy and dark, it can be difficult to see and remember the things we could be grateful for. Sometimes, we need something, or someone to remind us.

Empowered by John is blessed to introduce 9-year-old Muskan Virk and her brand-new book 365 Days of Gratitude to the world.

At the age of 6, Muskan Virk heard the term “gender equality” and asked her parents to explain what that meant. When she learned of the injustice and inequality that so many face every day, she was quite upset about it, and began to see the darkness in the world.

It wasn’t enough for Muskan to simply learn about these issues, she wanted to make a difference, and declared that “This world needs to be changed and I’m the one that could change it!” Muskan proceeded to fundraise $1200 through her school, who donated it to the Malala Fund.

Meera, Muskan’s mother, could see that the knowledge her daughter was gaining was quite heavy on her young soul, and so gave her a journal, and encouraged Muskan to write down all the things she was grateful for, and to see how many good things she could find. A little over a year later, Muskan handed the journal back, and Meera was delighted to find 450 gratitudes. They both were inspired to share them with the world, and so chose 365 to create this beautiful book.

Along with the inspiring stories of gratitude from Serena Dyer, Maya Kanigan, Rick Hansen, Taylor Conroy, and Jason Garner, this book is filled with simple gratitudes of everyday life, which will inspire and uplift you, and remind you of the beauty and pleasures that surround you.

Part of the proceeds from this book will be used to help build Muskan’s foundation, Helping Hands, which will be helping homeless people and others in need.

Muskan lives with her parents and her dog Butterball in Vancouver, BC.

365 Days of Gratitude is now available for purchase on Amazon.com, in paperback or for your Kindle.

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