There are some inspirational stories we have all heard but there are some stories that just can touch even the deepest part of our soul. So Today I decided to write a post about the top 5 most touching inspirational stories that I know about.
This five minute short film tells the true story of how Koh Panyee, Thailand, built their own floating football field in 1986, and established one of the best football teams in the country.
One of the most heart touching inspirational stories is the story of Bethany Hamilton. At the age of 13, surfing prodigy and Hawaii native Bethany Hamilton lost her entire left arm after being attacked by a tiger shark just off the coast of Kauai. But while most would give up on their dreams, Bethany didn’t give up on her dream of becoming a professional surfer, she was back in the water and back on her board less than a month later after the incident.
Now that’s called perseverance. Today, Hamilton is 23 years old and, yes, she is a pro surfer.
Also Read :- 50 Inspirational Quotes to Live By
Tell all the people you care about that you love them as much as you can, because tomorrow might be too late!
At the 1992 Olympic Games in Barcelona, In the middle of the semi-final race the dreams of one of the sprinters – Dereck Redmon for an Olympic medal got crushed by a debilitating hamstring injury, but while most athletes would just give up and submit to defeat, bend over and cry, Dereck was determined to cross the finish line, to finish what he started. So he picked himself up off the ground and started hobbling towards the finish lane. Then, just when it seems he might not be able to continue because of the pain, Redmond’s dad forces his way onto the track and puts his arm around his son, who cries on his shoulder as the two finish the race together.
For greater impact, here’s the clip of this touching moment on youtube.
He is one of the most famous athletes in Canadian history (not a hockey player). And that fact is quite a prove of what he achieved.
After Terry lost his right leg to cancer in 1977 he decided that, if he was going to go on living, he was going to change something, that he was going to make a difference. So in 1980, he began the Marathon of Hope—He would run 26 miles per day, his goal was to try to raise money and awareness for cancer research by running all the way across Canada. After 143 and 3,339 miles his cancer spread to his lungs so he had to quit his Marathon of Hope – but not before he became a national hero whose name is as well-known as Wayne Gretzky, he managed to inspire an entire country. Definitely one of the best inspirational stories ever.
I hope you enjoyed these inspirational stories, and always remember do what you love, tell the people you love that you love them as much as you can, because there might be no tomorrow and smile as much as you can.
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