Once in our lifetimes comes a courageous, strong, capable, disabled but able, hero like this young man. The next time you think of complaining about the food you have in your cupboard or fridge-how would you like to not taste at all?
I am awarding Mr. Peter Foster The Extraordinary Human Being Award….for illustrating a heroic and positive attitude amidst great adversity.
God bless you!
Extraordinary Human Being Award Designed and Created by Paulette L Motzko, March 2015
Here is a wallpaper I found on Zedge I love that I give to you because I think you embody the DNA of all these wonderful qualities.
80 countries read my blog after two years and I am disabled with an invisible neurological disorder called epilepsy.
SINCE I ALMOST DIED 5 times in my life….and am still here, I will always go up to a disabled person and say hello.
My best friends have always been disabled. I didn’t choose them for that reason. ..they were GREAT human beings with integrity and courage.
All those reading this -member to be kind to those who are different and always be grateful for what you have.
MY FIRST FRIEND WAS CHERYL LIGHT CAP WHO WAS BLIND. SHE DIDN’T JUDGE ME.
I DESCRIBED WHAT SHE COULDN’T SEE IN TECHNICOLOR DETAIL AND WAS HER EYES. She could feel the colors on my dress and was smart as a whip…..both of us.
Join his blog and spread the word to be kind.
I am so glad Mr. FOSTER HAD THE COURAGE TO COME FORWARD AND SHARE what he has been through. People like him have been given special gifts like an attitude that focuses on the good, the great and finds super-human endurance.
Written by Paulette L Motzko
Copyright March 2015
I found a great post on Word Press that asked his reader this telling question so I thought I would ask the readers of Totally Inspired Mind.
What book impacted your life in a good way that has left a lasting imprint on your soul?
Share the book title with the readers on the site here.
I read Helen Keller’s biography when I was a kid in 5th grade and shared it with my friend Cheryle Lightcap, who was blind and sat in the back of the class with her countless books in braille. After seeing what Helen Keller did and was blind and deaf, with the help of Anne Sullivan, I knew I could do anything I would set my mind to do in life. What I was diagnosed with, epilepsy, even though not well controlled, seemed like nothing by comparison.
Helen Keller is to this day my heroine and if you read her essay called “Optimism” you will see just what a genius she was and it is so incredible because she wrote as though she could see and spoke of topics like philosophy, religion, and politics.
Read any of Helen Keller’s books. She didn’t just write one, but over 20! You can find them all by searching her name in the books section on Amazon and also talking to a good librarian. Her book Mid Life was written later in her life. Even in her late years, she referred to Anne Sullivan as her “teacher”.
My mother was always my “Anne Sullivan” to me instilling values, and integrity and my belief system as well as fostering every talent I possess. The best I am I owe to her.
I hope others write and tell what books made an impression on them as I did here.
A wonderful quote from Winston Churchill from the blog called “Life Out of the Box”.
How have you continued in your life when you thought you had no more strength to give?
What were your sources of strength?
Share them with the almost 900 readers of Totally Inspired Mind.
Paulette Le Pore Motzko
Totally Inspired Mind