10 Most Inspiring differently-abled People
If you are reading this and you have any disablity which you think is a hinderance in your way to success, its not true. This article is true inspiration and the right kind of motivation you need in your life. Whether you have any disbality or not these people will inspire you for sure.
1. Nick Vujucic
Nick was born with with tetra-amelia syndrome, a rare disorder (called phocomelia) characterized by the absence of arms and legs. He is one of the seven known individuals planet-wide who live with the syndrome. He became a motivational speaker inspiring others.
2. Stephen Hawkings – ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis)
Greatest contributor to the field of Physics Hawkings recently passed away and left the world in awe.Despite being challenged by a very rare motor neuron disease, which results in the death of neurons controlling voluntary muscles he is one of the most admired scientists in physics, with numerous books and publications under his belt.
3. Frida Kahlo – Polio
Kahlo is one of the most celebrated painters in all of Mexico. Her painting mostly includes self-portraits, landscaped and figment of imagination.
4. Malek Mohammed – Amputation
Malek Mohammad, is a double amputee swimmer. He has achieved a lot of success and more is yet to come his way.
5. Helen Keller – Blind and Deaf
Lecturer and Activist, Keller was the first ever to earn Bachelors in Arts. She was also a political activist and a celebrated author in America. She was one of the leading hands in founding American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU)
6. Beethoven – Deaf
Can a deaf be biggest Music composer of the world? Yes he can! Beethoven proved that being deaf cannot stop you from loving Music. He was guided by Mozart and studied Piano. He was famous for his brilliant and dubious improvisations.
7. Muniba Mazari – Amputation
She lost her legs in a car accident. She is a multi-talented young woman. She is an artist, model, activist, motivational speaker, singer, and television host.
8. Sudha Chandra – Amputation
After a terrible accident Sudha Chandran got the amputation of her right leg. Despite this, Chandran emerged as one of the most acclaimed and influential classical dancers in India.
9. Christy Brown – Cerebral Palsy
Having being challenged with Cerebral palsy did not stop Brown to pursue his passion. Until the age of 5, he wasn’t able to respond on his own will. Only after that, his left foot was responsive as opposed to the whole body. He is a celebrity author for his autobiography ‘My Left Foot’. By profeesion he is poet, painter and author.
10. John Nash – Schizophrenia
Despite paranoid schizophrenia which has the ablity to distract your brain, John Nash became one of the most successful mathematician. He made phenomenal contributions to game theory, differential geometry, and the study of partial differential equations.