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amberchen
22-02-10, 09:43
We all have weaknesses and
strengths – no matter who we are. Sometimes the weaknesses seem to outweigh the
strengths and sometimes it’s the other way around. Some people get aion gold sick easily.
Some struggle to manage their finances properly. Some people are hopeless
communicators and struggle with relationships.

Many people leave it and
that and accept it as just bad luck – but not everyone. Some people facing huge
limitations still manage to achieve tremendous things. They rise above their
weaknesses and do not allow them to limit their possibilities.

It's Your
Choice I attended a school
prize-giving ceremony not so long ago and the guest speaker was Andrew Becroft,
who had a severe stutter as a child. Instead of allowing this to limit him, he
chose to to work hard to overcome it. He is now the Principal Youth Court Judge
for New Zealand. Not only did he become successful, but he did so in a
profession where he had to speak in front of others regularly — where his
weakness is front and center for all to see. If he hadn’t worked on his speaking
ability, it would have been very limiting to his life and career prospects.

You can find similar people
on New Zealand News channels, and I suspect the same in other countries. There
are a number of presenters and reporters who have a noticeably unusual manner of
speaking. Perhaps they have a lisp, or they have a peculiar accent or pitch of
voice. These people have succeeded in spite of what would be appear to be a
weakness in their profession.

Lots of people face far more
significant limitations than you do. They may be missing limbs or are born into
extreme poverty. But no matter what the limitation, you will always find people
who have overcome it.

Here are some more
examples:

Brett
Eastburn has no arms or legs and yet is an inspirational speaker and
and also a very good wrestler. He shares his story in a brief video on his
site.

Lance
Armstrong’s bout with cancer meant he lost one testicle and had to go
through chemotherapy which has a horrific effect on the body. Yet he went on to
win the Tour de France, one of the most grueling sports events there is, a
record 7 times.

Ringo
Starr, drummer for the Beatles, came from a very poor background. He
was constantly plagued with illness as a child and spent large amounts of time
in hospital.

At 19 months old,
Helen Keller became ill and lost her sight and hearing (before
she’d learned to speak). She went on to become a world famous author and
buy aion kina speaker, and an advocate of many social causes.

Grant
Calder is a tetraplegic and yet he still works outdoors on a large
sheep farm in New Zealand’s rugged South Island. Here is his inspiring
story.

Wilma
Rudolph was the 20th of 22 children. As a child she suffered measles,
mumps, scarlet fever, chicken pox, double pneumonia and eventually polio,
leaving her left leg and foot weak and deformed. Doctors said she would never
walk again. She went on to win 3 gold medals in track during the 1960 Olympic
games.

Mark Inglis
lost both of his legs below the knees in a mountaineering accident, but has
since climbed Mt Everest.

Bill Wilson
was an alcoholic who wanted to help other alcoholics and founded what was to
become Alcoholics Anonymous, a movement that has helped millions of people.

No One Would Have
Predicted These Successes

These above are cases
involving individuals with significant limitations, and it can be easy to write
them off as exceptions to the rule, but that’s not the case. They were just
people with problems. If one of these people had told you what they hoped to
achieve you would have nodded kindly while quietly thinking to yourself that
they had no chance. And yet the results speak for themselves.

We All Face
Challenges in Life

Most of us will never have
to face buy aion kinah the kinds of challenges these people faced. Yet most of us will never
achieve to the degree that these people have either.

Unless we choose to.

If Mark Inglis can climb the
highest mountain in the world without legs, what can you do?

SQU
10-05-10, 15:15
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Gwyllgi
11-05-10, 08:34
Quite apart from anything else it is generally considered good “forum” etiquette to at least attribute an article that has been cut and pasted from elsewhere to its source.

This article appears on a number of web sites and forums, not least on the Shenzen party site in 2009.

Invictus_88
11-05-10, 21:21
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Gwyllgi
12-05-10, 07:44
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Looks to me like one of the growing number of “virtual World” sites that use games playing as a means of evading currency exchange laws between countries.

There’s a very well known one (no names – no pack drill!) that people have been using for some considerable time.

Cambrius (The Red)
14-05-10, 04:25
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05-09-10, 05:19
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