Wednesday, May 6, 2009

“Is this going to be a gift or a burden?”

Sean Stephenson is 30 years old, 3 feet tall, and can’t walk without help. And that’s why he is a successful motivational speaker, psychologist, and former Bill Clinton staffer, the Chicago Tribune reports. When he broke his leg at age 10—his condition, osteogenesis imperfecta, makes him vulnerable to fracture—his mother asked him a pointed question. “Is this going to be a gift or a burden?”

Stephenson’s parents were instrumental to his rise. “We tried to instill a lot of positive things in his life, but he took it and ran with that.” Stephenson is occasionally heckled by other disabled people who say he doesn’t “identify with my disability enough,” but he doesn’t sweat it. “Being 3 feet tall and in a wheelchair is about 2% of who I am. I’m more than able. I’m playing large.”

Coming into this life without disability is impossible.
Even God has one or two.

Its all in mind they if you think You Can You Can.

So many of us have physical disabilities and we recognize that.But what about the diabilities craeted by us in our mind.Every day we say its not possible..don't you think this attitude is nothing but creating a mental disability.

Physical disabilities can be treated by others ,Mental ones by ourselves.

If you the human history we will various achievers who had one or more disabilities.

Those have made this world more beautiful..more livable ...more enjoyable are those who were less fortunate than us.

Still their mental zeal made them achieve which we don't even imagine in our dreams.

Everybody who have come will have leave this world tomorrow.

Its the journey which is more interesting or rather we can make it .

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