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Boston Marathon Blast Survivor Runs Again With New Prosthetic Leg. INSPIRING!

Boston bombing survivor comes out stronger and runs marathon again with her new prosthetic leg.


The Boston bombing that occurred on April 15th, 2013 has left lasting effects on its victims. That fateful day ended tragically, thanks to the Tsarnaev brothers who up a homemade bomb during the Boston Marathon. The blast killed 3 people and injured an estimated 264 others. Rebekah Gregory was one of those who were nearly killed – a survivor whose life was changed forever.

Gregory underwent 35 surgeries and doctors eventually had to amputate her leg in the process. Despite what happened, she never stopped doing what she loves most–running. During this year’s Boston Marathon, Gregory brazenly ran again with her new prosthetic leg, which she fondly calls ‘Felicia.’

After running the last 3.2 miles of the race, Gregory fell on her knees. She was “overcome with emotions,” she told ABC.

Two years ago, Gregory was at the finish line of the Boston Marathon when a bomb exploded. She was lying on the pavement fighting for her life.


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Last year, she was being pushed in a wheelchair  across the finish line during the 1K Tribute Walk.


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“This year, the only thing hitting the pavement will be my running shoes,” she said.


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“I’ve come a long way and I’m just going to keep going because there’s no stopping me.”


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After this year’s marathon, she described the experience as ‘absolutely surreal.’She remarked:

“What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger.”

Gregory just proved to the world that there’s really no stopping a brave and kindhearted woman like her.

You can watch the CBS video report here

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H/T: Bored Panda, Fox News, ABC News



Dad’s Heartwarming Letter to Daughter Goes Viral…Its Contents Will Amaze You!

Dads always want the best for their children, even if it means sacrificing their own happiness just to make their kids happy.


Dads always want the best for their children, even if it means sacrificing their own happiness just to make their kids happy. Of course, there are dads that might deviate from the mainstream but most dads are great and would willingly give their lives for their kids!

Now, there’s this heartwarming letter written by licensed clinical psychologist and blogger, Dr. Kelly Flanagan, addressed to his daughter. The topic is quite surprising: her future husband!

Though this was for his daughter, he shared it on the web in hopes that other women would also read this and be guided in their choices. He even hopes this would be an eye-opener for the “generation of boys-becoming-men who need to be reminded of what is really important…”

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Graphic Designer Transforms Inspirational Quotes Into Beautiful Typographic Prints

Simple but stunning.


Do you love reading inspirational quotes?

I particularly read inspirational quotes on Mondays to jumpstart my week. They serve as my guiding force to reach my weekly goals and tasks.

London-based graphic designer Kyle Robertson was tasked by a creative agency to turn inspirational quotes by  famous people from different industries like Bill Gates, Mark Twain, Albert Einstein, and Sir Richard Branson to typographic prints.

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She was Bullied Because of Her Birthmark But She Refused to Remove it. INSPIRING!

Woman is bullied because of her birthmark but refuses to remove it.

Whenever we struggle through life, comparing ourselves to other people and feeling less beautiful or important, these are the words to ponder on,

'Uniqueness is a scientific fact of life. When God made you, He broke the mold. There never has been, and never will be, anybody exactly like you. '- Purpose Driven

We are created unique and beautiful, thus, we should be confident in our own skin. Living up to this is the Alberta, Canada based Cassandra Naud. The 22-year-old professional dancer was born with a large birthmark under her left eye. Bullied in her youth, she would fought back tears and felt ugly. She even struggled to get rid of it and beg for an operation.  This has changed though when she learned to appreciate her unique appearance and embraced it instead.

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