Wake up and smell the coffee, your life is not that bad!

I’ve been in a fog the past couple of weeks, I think post Christmas gets most people. I have got other dangerous things going on in that old mind of mine, however all in all it’s that time of year where things can just easily get on top of me and make me feel like I can not cope.

In doing my morning routine of getting up, feeding various children, packing the hubster off to work and sending the boys upstairs to brush teeth etc, I get 10 minutes to check emails, Facebook, twitter and the like. This morning on Facebook there was the usual chit chat on the time line, a long with a load of rubbish that I normally flick straight past. Then this one youtube video caught my eye. It was a person who doesn’t normally put up videos, and people had been commenting on it, so I thought it mustn’t be a virus like they have been known to be.

I click, I watched, I cried.

This man, this awe inspiring man just saw life in the correct way. And yes I do believe there is a correct way to view life and I don’t have proof to back it up, it’s just the correct way, which is having a positive outlook on life regardless of what it is life throws at you.

I leave the video with you to watch. Please tell me what you think of it and him as I just feel this amazing man needs to publicity.


2 responses to “Wake up and smell the coffee, your life is not that bad!

  1. I’m really excited you “met” Nick!
    I had the good fortune to travel with Nick for several weeks, doing video for him in India and Singapore. He is an amazing person, and so consistently passionate and energetic.
    There’s a few pictures of he and I on my site (http:thf2.wordpress.com). Definitely check more of his videos out…he is a wonderful guy!

  2. Oh my goodness, I have tears streaming down my face now Vickie. What an inspirational man! It’s so easy to focus on the negatives in one’s own life but this a) puts it all in perspective and b) gives you a good kick up the arse if you’ve been feeling a little sorry for yourself. It’s also really great to see teenagers having such a compassionate reaction. The worst or best part (both) is that this man doesn’t feel sorry for himself at all, and the fact that this is his message – that anyone can overcome and do anything makes it all the more powerful. I’m so glad I saw this, thanks for posting – think I’m going to post it on my Facebook now. 🙂 xXx

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