“It’s not our disabilities, it’s our abilities that count” -Chris Burke
Among our society, there are those who are not as fortunate as we are. We may see them as someone who is helpless and disable. Their life is probably more challenging and difficult than we could ever imagine. However, one man in a wheelchair proved that disabilities do not hinder a person’s true potential.
The man works in a construction site bending wires
Watch the video to see how the man consistently work with dedication and focus:
Sometimes when we are faced with trials and difficulties, we often asked ourselves: Why should I work so hard? We tend to get lost in our work and forgot our true reason for living. We lose track of our real purpose in life.
However, there are several ways to solve this problem. One of them is to get involve in social activities that fits our interest. Volunteerism can open doors and provide a platform for us to expand our network and engage with society from different backgrounds. Once we get involved with social work, we will start to realize how important it is to work hard in our life.
The dedication that the man put in his work can truly inspire all of us and put us to shame
The experience that we gained from engaging with society is priceless. We also gained a lot of knowledge and skills that could help us improve and shape our attitude positively. When we engage people who are less fortunate than us, we can be inspired at how big their heart is despite being physically disabled.
No work is too small. Every job has a significant contribution towards a big outcome
Perhaps this is the time for us to reflect on our lives and count the blessings that we have.