Dr. Prem Adheesh Lekhi: A Life Devoted to Service and Inspiration

MALAYSIA: In a remarkable journey spanning three decades, Dr. Prem Adheesh Lekhi, a 63-year-old Malaysian citizen, stands as a beacon of inspiration in the field of international healthcare and humanitarian work. Holding numerous accolades, including international awards and recognition, Dr. Lekhi’s commitment to making a positive impact on the lives of others is evident.

His motto, “I aspire to inspire before I expire,” encapsulates his life’s mission. Dr. Lekhi’s humanitarian efforts extend globally, from disaster-stricken areas to voluntary medical missions in various countries. As a marathon masters runner, poet, painter, and vegan practitioner of yoga and meditation, he embodies a holistic lifestyle.

Motivated by the simple desire to do good, Dr. Lekhi recalls a pivotal moment in the Philippines when a young girl’s question, “Why did you come to help us?” became the catalyst for his lifelong dedication to humanitarian work. He emphasizes the satisfaction derived from a clean conscience, a good night’s sleep, and the ability to self-fund projects at 63.

Dr. Prem Adheesh Lekhi (black round neck t-shirt and cap) in the center, during Social Service Camp in Malaysia

Facing life’s difficulties with resilience, Dr. Lekhi credits his parents for instilling human values and prioritizing familial bonds. His message to readers is one of universal love, service, and the power each individual possesses to make a positive difference in the world. In his own words, “I came empty-handed to this world, and I will leave empty-handed too. In my short sojourn on Mother Earth, it is my duty to be useful to everyone.”

Dr. Prem Adheesh Lekhi’s life serves as a testament to the transformative power of selflessness, love, and service—a message he hopes will resonate and inspire others to embrace a similar path.

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Originally posted 2023-12-15 08:40:33.