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Category Archives: Inspirational Stories

Powerful Leader: By Anonymous

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When I was a student in graduate school, I met one of the most attractive personality Pat (name changed to protect privacy). Not only was Pat very beautiful but she was a leader of the class. She was always very active in activites around the campus. One day  she suffered from a deep tragedy that would […]

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My Brother: By TS

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  As a child I grew up with my younger brother having Lowe’s Syndrome. He was in a wheelchair for half of his lifetime and was able to learn how to walk. He loved to sing his favorite song: the peanut butter and jelly song that his school had taught him. He was very popular […]

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Like a good neighbour … : By Satish Sachdeva

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There is nothing quite like growing vegetables in your very own backyard. The subtle play between the reds, yellows, and greens as a plant sprouts out its precious gift to the world. The blending of hues and shades, the changing of forms and shapes, as you painstakingly nurture something from  the earth itself… Again, there […]

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Story of Bob Hunter – Inspirational mentor, coach, friend and teacher: By Naveen Jain

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Mr. Bob Hunter began his career at Miller Middle School in 1960 at the young age of 28. During his 39 years of physical education teacher, he impacted thousands of young students. He was a mentor and a friend to many. These friendships that he developed with his students continued to flourish even after they […]

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Every Little Bit Counts! : By Satish Sachdeva

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On our last summer vacation, as usual, my family and I loaded up our car with bottled water.  While enjoying cold water on the hot summer drive, my older son Ankit (He is 9 years old) read the word “CRV” on the water bottle label and asked me about it.  He was surprised to learn […]

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Little Charmer : By Astha Gupta

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Last summer my sister joined a Casio keyboard class at a local music school. It was her fervent desire to learn to play the instrument. The school had students of all age groups who wanted to learn how to sing and play a musical instrument. Among the students, there was a notable individual: an eight […]

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Should the fastest man with no legs participate in London Olympics? : By Naveen Jain

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Oscar Pistorius is a South African runner; however, he is not any normal runner. He is a double amputee. He was born with congenital issues with his legs and at the age of 11 months, both his legs were amputated between the knees and ankles. In spite of this, he participated in numerous sports in his […]

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Anyone can run : By Shobhit Gupta

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Shobhit Gupta (Age 9) I had always thought people with small legs could never able to run. Then one time, someone with small legs that was an adult came to our school. His name was Larry and his legs were about the size of a kindergartner’s. He said he could run really fast and demonstrated […]

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Why bother? Someone else will take care of it…: By Kalpana Aroda

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Last year.. but really not so long ago, just a month back.. we spent a glorious weekend with friends in Angels Camp  and then decided to surprise mom and dad and went straight to LA from Angels Camp to spend a holiday week with them.  By the time we reached LA, it was late in […]

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How I adopted running as my hobby : By Vandana Jain

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Since I was born, I had never been able to run. When I was in school, I would typically give up midway during school races and walk the rest. I could not run a step past 30 meters. I could walk for longer distances such as one or two miles, but I had always felt […]

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Impossible isn’t a word : By Shubhankar Jain

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Since I was six years old, I have been playing competitive soccer. Starting off as a small three and a half foot kid simply kicking the soccer ball in almost any direction, I have grown and developed my soccer skills to an extent that last year I played on my high school’s varsity soccer team […]

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Fearless Grandma : By Shubhankar Jain

“Hello There”, a loud, warm and pleasant voice greeted my family and me as soon as we were about to enter the car to go to the nearby grocery store. It was Grandma Phila (name changed for privacy reasons), our neighbor. She is not my grandma by blood, but it is said that family isn’t whose […]

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WorldWeDream’s Story

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My little brother Paras was born in November, 2000. 18 months later, he was diagnosed with autism. As he grew older, my family and I saw the communication and behavioral difficulties that he faced. We were blessed to find organizations in our area that helped Paras overcome these challenges. We experienced services given to Paras […]

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