He lost his eyes when he was 16, Now He’s an Attorney and has participated in 5 Triathlons. Never Give Up !


Picture Source: Cie Stroud / For the Times of Trenton

 “If you really want it You will find a way. If you don’t Youll find an Excuse” is the inspiring message that this 35-year old visually impaired has for the world.


Born with a congenital defect that impaired his vision, Jack Chen lost his sight altogether during a botched eye operation at the age of 16. But this could not stop him from achieving greatness. he earned a bachelor’s degree in computer science at Harvard University, a master’s degree in computer science from UC Berkeley and a law degree from Fordham University. He now works as a patent and trademark attorney at Baker Botts LLP in New York City, and has also participated in 5 triathlons including 2 Ironman competitions .


During his marathons, blind triathlete Jack Chen dodges potholes, slams into other runners in crowds, gets hit in the face by tree branches but he keeps on going.


He didn’t know how to swim. While most people learn how to swim by watching someone else, and athletes often improve their technique and form by reviewing videos, Chen had to teach himself, with text as his guide. “It was a significant challenge,” he said.


Chen said as a blind triathlete, he must constantly rely on all his other senses to constantly get feedback about what is happening on the course. That means staying alert at all times, which requires a great deal of mental energy. When swimming, he reaches out to touch his guide every couple of strokes to make sure he’s not drifting away. “It surely messes up the stroke and my efficiency. I’m slower and more tired when the swimming is done,” he says.  When running, he has an instant to adjust to road conditions such as potholes, sudden dips or a rise.


“Really, it’s all about being ready for the unexpected, “When something bad happens, you just pick yourself up and keep going, because the goal is to keep your eyes on the prize at the end of the race, just like in life.” he says.


For him, preparation means waking up before 5 a.m. on workdays to run on the treadmill and ride his bike, which is mounted on a trainer, for one or two hours. Then he hops on the train and goes to New York for work, often returning home after 7 p.m.. On days when he swims, he takes an earlier train and swims laps in a city pool. On weekends, he does longer training sessions with his guide, running outside and riding a tandem bike.


Never complain in life and Never Give Up!! Chen shows us that there is no limit to what you can do. Despite the disability, Chen’s zeal and spirit to live life to the full is inspiring!

Story Source: NJ

This Man Has Been Giving Free Food And Medicines To Abandoned Patients From 20 Years



Picture source: BBC

Every night, Gurmeet Singh arrives at the Patna Medical College and Hospital (PMCH) to serve food and provide medicines to patients at the lawaaris (Abandoned)  ward. On his way to the hospital, he stops at a small eatery where he picks up food for the poor patients who have no one to look after them. Once he reaches the hospital ward, he washes his hands and begins serving food to the patients. When done serving food, he goes to every patient again, writes down the names of medicines that they have been prescribed and buys them with his own money.  He has been doing this every day for more than 20 years now.


It all started two decades ago when a woman selling plastic bags approached him with her badly scalded boy. He took them to the hospital only to realise that there was no one to treat the child as the doctors were on strike. The condition of the ward was pathetic and the poor were the worst affected. So, he decided to do something about it and started buying them food and medicines. Gurmeet Singh has donated his blood on multiple occasions as well. Now that his doctors have dissuaded him from donating any more blood, his relatives and family join forces to do the needful.


He is to receive this year’s World Sikh Award in London for his philanthropist activity. But all he cares about is his abandoned friends, who with full stomachs and warm blankets are able to sleep peacefully at night. What an inspiration to Humanity! Salute !

Story Source: BBC 


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No One can stop you other than you ! Mohammad Abdullah, lost both his legs in a horrific train accident when he was just seven years old. Today, this Bangladeshi boy has made a name for himself, for his dazzling football skills. 

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After being abandoned by his mother during early childhood, Abdullah was raised by his father and step-mother. He was allegedly abused by his family members and decided to run away. After living and begging on streets for the next few months, he started to live with his grandmother.


But in 2001, Abdullah was traveling on a train and was trying to reach another carriage as the train was moving when he slipped and his legs got trapped under the wheels of the speeding train.He was rushed to Dhaka Medical College Hospital where he received treatment. He eventually lost both his legs below the thigh. Abdullah was alone at hospital and no one from his family made contact. Eventually the hospital authorities sent him to an orphanage as soon as he was strong enough.  The orphanage admitted Abdullah to Barisal Yusuf School where he studied for 18 months but eventually he ran away again.


‘I was very lost, I didn’t know where I wanted to belong and I was scared of being trapped. I lived on the streets and my condition meant it was easy to beg. People saw my condition and always gave me money. But I wasn’t happy, I wanted something better for myself so with my strong arms and two hands I decided to try to work. I started hawking newspapers and I saved a little amount from the money I earned. My interest in football re-ignited when I lived on the streets. I saw boys playing on the road side and I wanted to play too. But they didn’t let me play and that upset me.’


Then, He was sent to Aparajeyo Bangla, an NGO, where he received medical aid and learned to move around on a wheelchair. Determined to make the most out of life, Abdullah started learning to walk without the help of a wheelchair.


‘When I was bound to that wheelchair I feared I might have to spend the rest of my life trapped. But eventually I decided to try and do without it. I was determined to be independent so I began trying to walk. I was tired of seeing myself in that helpless condition. I faced difficulties initially but succeeded eventually. Now I can walk, work and play football like other people.’


A football coach at Aparajeyo Bangla helped Abdullah pursue his football passion and encouraged him to practice.


‘People are amazed when they see me play football. They ask: “How can someone play football with no legs?” But I show them.  I’m not afraid to tackle or compete against an able bodied player. I feel good when I hear people comment on my talents.’


Aside from honing his skills with the ball, Abdullah currently works as a porter at a ferry station to pay for his meals.

He dreams of competing professionally one day. His story is an inspiration to Never give up in life no matter what. Stand up strong and fight against all odds and you will Win. NEVER GIVE UP!!

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To find the Courage and Bravery to Lead the Way is what defines a LEGEND !.

19-year-old Reshma Quereshi, whose face got disfigured in an acid attack is now changing the perceptions of everyone by dazzling the ramp at the New York Fashion Week on Thursday. This initiative was an attempt to put a ban on the sale of corrosive substances that is a subject of woe for many women and children around the world. Donning a floral floor-length gown by designer Archana Kochhar she opened the FTL Moda show on the first day of the fashion week.


Reshma’s story is an inspiring one. Her cause was supported by Make Love Not Scars, a group that helps acid attack survivor. She hopes her participation in the fashion week would send a powerful message to other acid attack survivors. In India, an estimated 500 to 1,000 attacks take place each year, and while they rarely kill but they leave severe physical, psychological and social scars that can see victims ostracised and hidden away.


Most of these attacks come from jilted husbands and rejected suitors. Reshma, who is from Mumbai, was attacked in May 2014 by her sister’s estranged husband and his friends. Since then she has become a face of the campaign seeking to end the sale of acid.


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We Salute her to lead the way and Inspire the World.

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