‘Without Borders’ By Maneesha Ahluwalia

We are Indian-American and had four years of infertility. Just then, Indian embryos were donated to us from a couple we did not know at the time. We adopted them on the basis of an open adoption, meaning any siblings born from these embryos would know the living siblings. Opening our life to these embryos opened multiple more doors. The doors to live a life Without Borders opened up many more doors for us and also for others. It’s a story to show that a mindset of abundance leads to abundance.

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