No Arms, No Legs…No Worries. Life Without Limbs–Is it a Struggle?

May 15, 2013

For Nic Vujicic, life without limbs has become life without limits. But does he think life is a struggle?

Nic Vujicic was born without arms and legs. When he was 10, he attempted to end his life. His parents had arms and legs. His brother had arms and legs.

Yet he didn’t–and he asked “why”? He wondered why God would do this to him–guarantee him a life of challenge and struggle.

Life began as a struggle for Nic His doctors said his life would always be a struggle–that he would never walk and that the best option for him and his parents would be to place him in an institution.

But they didn’t. Instead they loved him unconditionally. They encouraged him. They told him things may be harder for him–that some things he may wish to accomplish may become a struggle but to persevere.

Decide to Believe Life Doesn’t Have to Be a Struggle.

Nic decided not to accept his situation. He decided that he had a message to share–and he’s doing that–all over the world. Nic made a decision to share the idea that although life can be a struggle and will have its challenges, when you have faith, you can accomplish anything.

“It’s a lie to think you’re not good enough. It’s a lie to think you’re not worth anything.” Nic Vujicic

“The biggest disability is unbelief.”

Sure, life has it’s challenges. Maybe we have our arms and our legs. Maybe we aren’t a natural leader and motivator like Nic is. Maybe life has served us up a bunch of struggle and the future doesn’t look too bright financially, professionally or even with our closest relationships.

Are you going to accept it–the struggle?

Are you going to give up? No one would have blamed Nic if he had decided to just sit in a corner in his wheelchair creating inconveniences to society. Society would have understood, I’m sure.

But instead, he said “The challenges in our lives are there to STRENGTHEN our CONVICTIONS. They are NOT there to run us over.”

I am Happy Nick VujicicCan you say you’re happy?

If not, what are you going to do about it? How are you going to get the courage to make the changes in your life–to meet your financial challenges head on? How are you going to repair your broken relationships? How are you going to stop the cycle of struggle?

You are going to decide to do whatever it takes for you to live your best life. You are going to read, research, and practice how you are going to change your situation.

“If you can’t get a miracle, become one.” ― Nick Vujicic

Nic’s story may seem sad. You may be able to relate to the heartache he felt during his beginning years–the years when he wanted to give up the struggle. The story may anger you and have you wondering how you can even possibly complain.

Don’t compare your struggle to others. Just decide to do whatever it takes to change your world.

Nic decided.

And look what life he experiences now.

He helps so many who struggle   no-arms-no-legs-no-worry

Nics-wedding

nic-and-his-baby

Nic surfing

So, no more excuses. No more reasons to stay stuck, broke, and unhappy. Feel your fears…and then live your life. You are designed for greatness and whatever your situation now, you can ALWAYS start from exactly where you are.

Work with me. I will gladly believe in you until you can begin believing in yourself and give up on giving in to your struggle.

Jessica

PS. Give up on the idea that life need be a struggle. Give yourself the chance to become all you have been designed to become. With me, you can improve ALL areas of your life–let’s first improve your finances today. No more struggle. From here, the sky’s the limit.

Never miss the chance to look at lots of opportunity–then decide.  I’d love your comments, too.

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