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Meet Ajay Kumar An Armless Boy Who Cleared Class X Exams By Writing With His Feet

  Ajay (16), holds a pencil between his toes and writes like any other normal person. Ajay Kumar (16), who hails from Bhogaon village, Mainpuri District of Uttar Pradesh, holds a pencil between his toes and writes like any other normal person. In fact he uses his feet, just like hands, to perform all the daily tasks and his disability …

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Man Was Born With An Upside-Down Head, His Incredibly Inspiring Story Will Blow You Away

He was born with an upside-down head, severely deformed limbs and his mother was told by doctors she should allow him to die. But Claudio Viera de Oliveira has defied the odds so much that he now has written a book about his life after reaching the age of 40. Mr Oliveria from Monte Santo in Brazil, was born with …

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An Act Of Compassion, Read The Story Of How A Dog Saved The Life Of Her Owner Daughter

  Haus is a 2-year-old, 68 pounds German Shepherd who was recently adopted by the Deluca family and now is a hero all over the world after he saved a 7-year-old girl from getting bit by a rattlesnake. He not only saved Molly, the little girl, from a venomous Eastern Diamondback rattlesnake, but also got bit thrice in the process. …

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Story OF Shalini Saraswathi : Who Is Without Any Hands Or Legs , Will Run In TCS World 10K

  The TCS World 10K run that will be organised in Bengaluru this Sunday May 15, will witness an indomitable fighting spirit hitting the roads of the city for a run of her lifetime and her name is Shalini Saraswathi, a quadruple amputee. 37-year-old Shalini lost all her limbs fighting against a rare bacterial infection, which led to multiple-organ failure. …

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“It Couldn’t Be Done” A Motivational Poem By Edgar A. Guest

It Couldn’t Be Done, Life, and Don’t Quit are three of Edgar Albert Guest’s most inspiring and motivating poems. Edgar Albert Guest, known as the People’s Poet, was a prolific American poet born in Birmingham, England in 1881. He came to the United States with his family when he was 10 years old and went on to become a naturalized citizen …

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Meet Mr Athar Khan ,Who Failed In First Attempt But Never Gave Up On His Dream OF Becoming an IAS

He saw an opportunity in failure and today Athar Aamir-ul-Shafi Khan is all smiles after securing second rank in the prestigious civil services examination, 2015.   23-year-old Khan made it to the coveted Indian Administrative Service (IAS) in his second attempt. “I had appeared last year but my ranking was down and, therefore, I was offered Indian Railway Traffic Service …

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The Difference Between Empathy And Sympathy Perfectly Explained

What is the best way to ease someone’s pain and suffering? The short animated film below, created by the  , The RSA brilliantly explains the difference between empathy and sympathy, and shows us how easy it is to change ourselves — and the world. Everyone should watch this. It’s less than 3 minutes long, but the lesson will last a lifetime!

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