Amazing Success. Great Story.

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Hi,

Here's a story of success that I want to share with you. This link is just forwarded from a friend and since the story is very powerful and maybe great to power up our mind I'm sharing it with you.


It's very inspiring. What do you think is a good word to explain this and how do you think this story can help us?

Best Regards,

Ross
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  • Profile picture of the author Merlinthecat
    Inspiring indeed. God bless them.
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  • Profile picture of the author Diana Lane
    That was inspiring, uplifting and wonderful. Therefore, I should not have shed a single tear over it. All the same, I did. I bet I am not the only one

    Thanks for that, Ross. So many similar stories of so many courageous people kicking similar odds in the teeth are never told. I'm glad theirs is out there, and feel privileged to have heard a little of it.

    The only word I can think of to explain it is 'faith' (with huge buckets of love thrown in) - faith in ourselves or in another person, rather than in a particular deity.

    As the man said, 'You can'. He believed that enough not to go writing his son off when the doctors told him that it was the only way. The world would have been a much poorer place for him if he'd taken them at their word. It makes me wonder how many bright minds there are that are stuck in institutions in bodies that can't communicate the intelligence within.

    That's a sad thought. We've been given abilities and resources that others can only dream of, and we owe it to them as well as ourselves not to see them wasted. To get our talents and our voices out there, because 'we can'.

    We need to have faith in ourselves, and faith in the people that believe in us. Again, Ross, thank you.
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    • Profile picture of the author Ross Dalangin
      It is so inspiring. With this story, I remembered the teaching of Napoleon Hill about "Burning Desire To Succeed" when the father said "You can" and "There is no impossible".

      Ross

      Originally Posted by Diana Lane View Post

      That was inspiring, uplifting and wonderful. Therefore, I should not have shed a single tear over it. All the same, I did. I bet I am not the only one

      Thanks for that, Ross. So many similar stories of so many courageous people kicking similar odds in the teeth are never told. I'm glad theirs is out there, and feel privileged to have heard a little of it.

      The only word I can think of to explain it is 'faith' (with huge buckets of love thrown in) - faith in ourselves or in another person, rather than in a particular deity.

      As the man said, 'You can'. He believed that enough not to go writing his son off when the doctors told him that it was the only way. The world would have been a much poorer place for him if he'd taken them at their word. It makes me wonder how many bright minds there are that are stuck in institutions in bodies that can't communicate the intelligence within.

      That's a sad thought. We've been given abilities and resources that others can only dream of, and we owe it to them as well as ourselves not to see them wasted. To get our talents and our voices out there, because 'we can'.

      We need to have faith in ourselves, and faith in the people that believe in us. Again, Ross, thank you.
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    • Profile picture of the author imaddict
      Originally Posted by Diana Lane View Post

      Therefore, I should not have shed a single tear over it. All the same, I did. I bet I am not the only one
      Not in the least
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      It's about time someone stepped up to the plate to tell it LIKE IT IS: MUST READ for ALL IMers
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  • Profile picture of the author warriorprocessing
    Great story
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  • Profile picture of the author Tim Dixon
    What a great story. Being a man of course I didn't get emotional or anything, but it did make me stop and think about things, which is always a good idea.

    Thanks for sharing.

    Tim
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    • Profile picture of the author Ross Dalangin
      Originally Posted by Tim Dixon View Post

      What a great story. Being a man of course I didn't get emotional or anything, but it did make me stop and think about things, which is always a good idea.

      Thanks for sharing.

      Tim
      Yeah, this makes me stop and think too. I love touching stories because it is fruitful, we will learn something for sure. Isn't it perseverance, sacrifice and love on what you are doing means success? Even in business, this kind of attitude is a big plus.

      Regards,

      Ross
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    • Profile picture of the author Adam Kenzington
      Originally Posted by Tim Dixon View Post

      What a great story. Being a man of course I didn't get emotional or anything, but it did make me stop and think about things, which is always a good idea.

      Thanks for sharing.

      Tim

      Well Tim, all I can say is you must be a tough old piece of grissle, or I'm a sentimental old fool, (yea, I freely admit to it) but I was moved by the video/story. No boo hoo-ing or anything like that, but I did have to wipe a tear.

      Ross, thanks for sharing that.

      Adam
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      "I can" is much more important than I.Q.

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      • Profile picture of the author Ross Dalangin
        Originally Posted by Adam Kenzington View Post

        Well Tim, all I can say is you must be a tough old piece of grissle, or I'm a sentimental old fool, (yea, I freely admit to it) but I was moved by the video/story. No boo hoo-ing or anything like that, but I did have to wipe a tear.

        Ross, thanks for sharing that.

        Adam
        It's a great story so it must be shared.
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  • Profile picture of the author ezimedia
    HI

    I was moved.. now if we could get warriors together to make these peoples life better I am in...

    Thanks
    Tom
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    • Profile picture of the author Ross Dalangin
      Originally Posted by ezimedia View Post

      HI

      I was moved.. now if we could get warriors together to make these peoples life better I am in...

      Thanks
      Tom
      That was a good move Tom. I know many of us here are doing something to help these people in different ways. These people sometimes don't need money but appreciation of what they can do. Two thumbs up to them. These kinds of stories is what I really love. Thanks to them, they remind us of what we can do also and that sometimes we don't know or didn't bother to do.

      Ross
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    • Profile picture of the author Greg Cooksley
      Hey Ross,

      What an amazing story......it brought tears to my eyes and a lump to my throat....

      What an inspiring picture of a father's love and commitment to his son.....

      Have to go and hug my children and tell them that I love and appreciate them!!!

      I feel humbled right now...

      Wow....

      Thanks for sharing....

      Regards

      Greg
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      • Profile picture of the author Ross Dalangin
        Originally Posted by Greg Cooksley View Post

        Hey Ross,

        What an amazing story......it brought tears to my eyes and a lump to my throat....

        What an inspiring picture of a father's love and commitment to his son.....

        Have to go and hug my children and tell them that I love and appreciate them!!!

        I feel humbled right now...

        Wow....

        Thanks for sharing....

        Regards

        Greg
        Being a father too, this kind of story is what we want to share with our children. Love and the motivation to succeed is what I really see in this story. You can do anything just to fulfill the dream of your son.

        Regards,

        Ross
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  • Profile picture of the author sequincer
    very inspiring video,thanks for posting it on Warrior.
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