Thursday, May 17, 2012


Sometimes the bad news gets you down. I try to mix things up a bit here by posting stories that just make my jaw drop with inspiration.

I am inspired by the men and women who use their G-d given talents to make the world a better place, to leave it better than they found it and to help people who actually can't help themselves in certain ways. It's not that they don't want to help themselves-but their bodies or their minds have betrayed them for many different reasons.

This is one such story that humbles me and gives me great hope for the future.

Those who help disabled people gain even the smallest steps toward personal liberty are some of my favourite people in the world, even if I don't know them personally.

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