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Finding Strength & Creating Epic Victories

Acts of Kindness Victories, Inspiration, Life, Uncategorized

Life can be complicated at times, but staying happy through the tough times is often the hardest journey. It’s important that we change our thoughts and enjoy the little things. Norman Vincent Peale (US clergyman 1898-1993) once said, “change your thoughts and you change the world.” The life we live is often a reflection of our thoughts. If you desire success, success will follow if you believe and put your time into cultivating the fruit of what you wish to produce. Any farmer can stir up emotions through his thoughts;…

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Acts of Kindness Victories, Inspiration, Life, Uncategorized
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Helping Others and Making Life Count

Acts of Kindness Victories, Inspiration, Life, Uncategorized

Jack C. McDowell a guru of community relations and a counselor to many young leaders. At nearly 82 years of age, he has set fundraising records, equipped youth as spiritual motivated leaders and equipped others with the resources and skills to help in communities. McDowell writes about the importance of having a significant life with positive meaning and value beyond just individual success, in his book “There’s More To Life Thank Making A Living.” In his book, McDowell encourages others to contribute their lives to helping others and showing compassion….

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Amputee Victories, Health
Paralympic Record Breaker, Aimee Mullins Seeks to Redefine the Word “Disabled”
October 19, 2012

Paralympic Record Breaker, Aimee Mullins Seeks to Redefine the Word “Disabled”

Amputee Victories, Health

Epic Victory: Paralympic Games Record Breaker, Aimee Mullins was born without fibular bones. After birth, her doctor gave her limited potential for her life; telling her parents that the prognosis would be that she would never walk and never have the quality of life as other children. When she was one year old, both of her legs were amputated below her knees. The doctor who delivered her, saved every newspaper clipping of every victory she had and was using it in his classes at Hahnemann Medical School and Hershey Medical…

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