Man without Arms and Legs, Motivating the World

by on July 18, 2010

Nick Vujicic

Nick Vujicic was born on December 4, 1982 in Melbourne, Australia with very rare Tetra-amelia disorder, missing both arms and legs but with two small feets, one of which has two toes.

Early life of Nick was a big struggle, as he was once prohibited by Victoria state law from attending the mainstream school because of his physical disability, later during his schooling the laws were changed and he attended the mainstream school for the first time. With his shear grit and determination he learned to write with his two toes on his left foot and also learned to operate computer and type using his heel and toes.

He had a very depressing childhood and by the age of 8, he had already tried to commit suicide. One day his mother showed showed him a newspaper article about a man dealing with his sever physical disability that made him realize that he is not the only one struggling with disability and realized that he could be inspiration to many people who have given up in their life.

He is now a well known Preacher, Motivational speaker and the Director of a non-profit organization called Life without Limbs.

He has appeared on numerous television shows like The Oprah Winfrey Show. He has also published a book called Life without limbs: Inspiration for a Ridiculously Good Life.

“If I Fail, I try again, and again, and again..”

–by¬†Nick Vujicic

{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

Emmirich January 15, 2011 at 7:43 am

The life of nick has been a challenging one for me,i jst want to thank God for his life,i have learnt not to stop trying until i get it right.thanks nick for touching my life.


Lawrence chika Ifeajuna Adams August 14, 2011 at 6:07 am

Nike vujicic,may the lord be with you. Your teaches has turn my life. I love Nike. Bless you.


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