Nick Vujicic is a man with no limbs who teaches people to to get up
Nick Vujicic is one of the most inspiration people. He was born with limbless, missing both arms at the shoulder level, and having one small foot with two toes protruding from his left thigh. No matter what he has faced, he tries to struggle so hard in his to prove and encourage people not to feel hopeless for their lives. Besides, he began his travels as a motivational speaker, focusing on the topics that today’s teenagers face.
Nando Parrado: survived airplane crash and 72 days in the Andes
Nando Parrado and other survivors of a plane crash in the Andes had to endure before being rescued. At that time, he did not lost his hope in finding the way back home. Finally, he could find help from the villager but at that he lost half of his family members. From that time on he becomes one of most inspiration speaker to motivate people to try hard.
Jessica Cox: became the first pilot with no arms, proving you don’t need ‘wings’ to fly
Jessica Cox suffered a rare birth defect and was born without any arms. However, she has no arms but she is the most inspirational person who can do things that people think that it is impossible for her to do. She can type, drive a car, brush her hair and talk on her phone simply using her feet. Moreover, she a first pilot without arms. The plane she is flying is called an Ercoupe and it is one of the few airplanes to be made and certified without pedals.
Sean Swarner: first cancer survivor to complete the 7-summits, the highest peaks of the 7 continents
he is truly a medical marvel. He is the only person in the world ever to have been diagnosed with both Hodgkin’s disease and Askin’s sarcoma. When the doctor expected him to live more than three months, he overcome his illness only to be stricken a second time when a deadly golf ball-sized tumor attacked his right lung. Then, the doctor expected him to live less than two weeks. He becomes the first cancer survivor to climb Mount Everest.After the summit of Everest and other places.t. McKinley, to be the first cancer survivor to complete the seven summits.
Randy Pausch: inspired thousands of people with his dying speech
Randolph Frederick “Randy” Pausch (October 23, 1960 – July 25, 2008) was an American professor of computer science and human-computer interaction and design. He had a pancreatic cancer, a terminal illness. At that time, he gave his last lecture which was described about achieving your Childhood Dreams. His last lecture became a popular YouTube video and led to other media appearances.In his famous speech, Pausch showed a list of his childhood dreams, and explained how he achieved each of them.
Ben Underwood: the boy who could “see” with his ears
Ben Underwood had both eyes removed after being diagnosed with retinal cancer at age two. He was a remarkable teeanger who used his ears to see things. To most people’s amazement upon meeting him, he seemed completely unfazed by his lack of sight, defying common stereotypes about blindness as a disability
Liz Murray: from Homeless To Harvard
Elizabeth “Liz” Murray was born In New York. Unfortunately, she became homeless person just after she turned 15, when her mother died of AID. Murray’s life turned around when she began attending the Humanities Preparatory Academy in Chelsea, Manhattan. Even if she started high school later than most students, and remained without a stable home while supporting herself and her sister, Murray graduated in only two years. She got the New York Times scholarship for needy students and accepted into Harvard University. She became the inspiration person to motivate the people to overcome their own obstacles.
Patrick Henry Hughes: born blind and crippled, now “marches” in the Louisville marching band
Patrick is a remarkable young man who was born without eyes and without the ability to fully straighten his arms and legs, making him unable to walk. Beside, he tried to overcome all kind of these physical issues in order to become a musician and student. He started playing the piano at the age of nine months, and also played the trumpet. He tried so hard to achieve his dream so he has won numerous competitions, as well as winning awards acknowledging the circumstances he has overcome to achieve these heights.
In the conclusion, Living proofs that people can overcome anything.