Artist Tariku Birhanu has promised to donate his eyes when he was just 23. Now his words are fulfilled as sources feom Ethiopian eye bank confirms.
Interview of Tariku is below:
“I don’t want to think about what I’ll be when I’m alive and dead.”
The Story Light (Baba)
Bottom line: What do you do when you’re angry?
The Story: I’m excited, I’m going with my mom, I want to meet the person I love so much to calm me down.
Bottom line: How can a bear do without love?
The story: It’s wrong! I understand what he does. Lately, I have received love from a girl named Kal. It’s very emotional. There will be joy over little things, sorrow over little things. Spending hours thinking about that, life revolves around that.
Q: Who is the person you call a hero?
The story: A man who lives his own life; One who lives his own life without wishing for others. A person who lives his own life, enjoying and thanking the Creator, away from the financial and material competition we see now, is a hero to me.
Sometimes when we enter into the competition while looking at others, our time passes without happiness and satisfaction in our life.
Q: What is the thing you say I will never do without doing in my lifetime?
The story: Having a baby! Having a beautiful daughter named Elshadai and being successful in my acting career at the international level.
Q: What is Absho?
The story: The thing in the movie “Honeymoon”! I don’t know.
Q: How much do you participate in charity organizations?
The story: The charity organization where I started doing theater helped the elderly and children, so I volunteered when I went there. Recently, I visited “Yederto Gada” Children’s Aid Center in Arsi Negele as a guest. It is very nice to participate in volunteer service. I would love for all of us to participate.
No. Do you live your life with a plan or as you come up with it?
The story: God willing! /Laughs/ It is impossible to make a plan like a person, but God will do it.
Q: What do you think is the next chapter when you think about it after death?
The story: – He wanted something bad! Should I still think after death? I want to live properly what was given to me. I have yet to live. I don’t want to think about what will happen to me when I die. God knows.
Q: What is the most important thing in your life?
The story: Just live! Living while thanking God.
Excerpted from Kum Kem Magazine, Volume 13, Number 157, 2006!!
Thank you for your contribution in your time actor Tarikhi Birhanu (Baba).