Lost at Home

Today, more children than ever before are displaced within their own countries. At the end of 2019, an estimated 46 million people were internally displaced by conflict and violence. More than 4 in 10 – or 19 million – were children. Millions more were displaced by disasters. Forced out of their homes and communities, these children are among the most vulnerable in the world. The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic stands to bring even more harm and uncertainty to their lives.

The report below provides the latest data, which demonstrate the scale and scope of internal displacement around the world. It also reveals how internal displacement upends the lives of children, affecting all spheres of their lives:

  • It often breaks families apart and forces children to move on their own or live with limited support from families and communities.
  • It multiplies protection and safety risks. Internally displaced children are particularly vulnerable to abuse, violence and exploitation as social norms break down and protective services are no longer available.
  • It often disrupts education by delaying or entirely interrupting children’s learning, depriving them of the opportunity to reach their full potential.
  • It poses challenges to accessing essential services such as safe housing, water and sanitation, and health care or psychological support.

The sum of these deprivations can be particularly acute in the life of a child and cause long-lasting harm. 

For millions living in internal displacement, crowded living quarters, limited to no access to clean water and sanitation, and severely curtailed health care are common. Those in hard-to-reach places may also be cut off from mass communications, meaning they are likely to miss out on lifesaving public health messages. These factors set the course for rapid spread of COVID-19. Urgent efforts are needed to address the poor living, WASH, and health care conditions of internally displaced persons to prevent further damage to these already fragile communities and their vulnerable children. 

Internal displacements due to conflict and violence are higher now than ever before recorded — 19 million of them involved children

The world has seen a steep increase in the number of IDPs as a consequence of conflict and violence — from 25 million a decade ago to over 40 million in the last five years. At the end of 2019, of the nearly 46 million persons living in internal displacement due to violence and conflict, almost 42 per cent were children.

The largest number of internally displaced children due to conflict are found in the Middle East and North Africa and sub-Saharan Africa

Internally displaced persons are concentrated in two regions — the Middle East and North Africa and West and Central Africa. The MENA region recorded over 12 million IDPs as a result of conflict and violence at the end of 2019. Almost all of them lived in just three countries — Syria, Yemen, and Iraq — and around 5 million were children. Sub-Saharan Africa is home to another 19 million IDPs due to conflict and violence. Around 4 out of 10 internally displaced persons lives in the region, half being children. Within the region, 4 million displaced children live in Eastern and Southern Africa and a further 5.4 million in West and Central Africa.

Three countries account for more than half of all persons internally displaced by conflict and violence

One in four of all internally displaced persons due to conflict and violence in 2019 – 6.5 million people – were living in the Syrian Arab Republic alone. This includes 2.4 million children. Together with the Democratic Republic of the Congo (2.9 million) and Yemen (1.7 million), these three countries account for one in three (36 per cent) of all children internally displaced due to conflict and violence.

Almost 33 million new displacements were recorded in 2019 — around 25 million due to natural disasters and 8.5 million due to conflict and violence

Over half of new displacements caused by disasters in 2019 – 10 million – occurred in East Asia and the Pacific, with another 9.5 million in South Asia. In the Philippines, India, Bangladesh and China, natural disasters led to displacement numbers in the millions – accounting for 69 per cent of the global disaster-induced displacements. These were overwhelmingly caused by extreme conditions created by dangerous storms and floods. Globally, around 8.2 million children were displaced due to disaster-related causes.

Syria was the country with the largest number of conflict-related new displacements in 2019, with almost 1.9 million IDPs. Other large numbers of new displacements were observed in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (1.7 million) and Ethiopia (1 million). In total, sub-Saharan Africa saw 8.6 million new displacements due to conflict and violence in 2019.

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COVID-19 in Yemen: A day in the life of Muna

In the Al Sha’ab camp in Aden, 10-year-old Muna shows the world how she’s trying to stay safe from the coronavirus.

Ten-year-old Muna Zayed is one of around 1.7 million internally displaced children in Yemen, the world’s largest humanitarian emergency. The situation in Yemen is dire, and the need to reduce the additional strain of coronavirus spreading is urgent.

Muna lives with her family in Al Sha’ab camp in Aden, in the south of the country, after ongoing fighting forced them to flee their home in Taiz. Muna’s school is closed as part of efforts to prevent the spread of COVID-19. But she still wants to show the world what her day looks like.

Muna’s Diary

How Muna and her family are staying safe from COVID-19

Muna walks with a school friend to the camp’s main water tank to collect clean water for washing and cooking.

On the way, they stop at the main bathrooms in the camp, so Muna can wash her face. She says residents try to keep the bathrooms clean to reduce the risk of catching coronavirus.

Muna says she tries to collect water when there are less people around, so it’s less likely that COVID-19 will spread.

Muna’s cousin brings some vegetables to the family’s home, so she cleans them carefully before cutting them up for cooking to help her mother prepare lunch.

Muna says she knows it’s important that people wash their hands regularly to help prevent COVID-19 from spreading. Residents in the camp don’t always have soap, but they still try to wash their hands thoroughly.

If Muna, a 10 year old girl can take such a good number of preventive measures to protect her family from the deadly COVID-19 ,then definitely we too can take such measures to protect ours as well.Let’s fight together against this pandemic and win over this.

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As migrants return to Ethiopia, social workers show they’re essential to COVID-19 response.

By Demissew Bizuwerk

ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia – “It feels good to help others, especially children,” says Tirusew Getachew, a social worker based in Ethiopia’s capital. “But there aren’t many of us [social workers], and it’s challenging work.”

Tirusew is one of three social workers currently attached to five quarantine centres for Ethiopian migrants who have been deported from other countries. An uptick in the number of migrants returning home amid the COVID-19 pandemic – many of them unaccompanied children below the age of 18 – has left the quarantine centres struggling to ensure that returnees are able to reintegrate safely.

Tirusew, whose name means ‘good person’ in Amharic, one of Ethiopia’s main languages, knows she must tread carefully with the children arriving at the centres. Many are deeply distressed after enduring emotional and physical abuse at the hands of smugglers and traffickers.

“I don’t jump straight into questions about what happened to them,” she says. “I take my time to earn their trust so that they can talk freely.”

Tirusew’s empathetic approach isn’t just a product of her training – it stems in part from her own difficult childhood. “My father died when I was 12 and I had to take care of my six siblings,” she says. “Since then, I’ve felt that protecting children is my responsibility.” 

After taking some time to make a child feel comfortable, Tirusew conducts a thorough vulnerability assessment including what happened before, during and after the child’s migration. Migrants who have suffered psychological, sexual and physical abuse are referred for psychosocial support and other health or care services. 

Upon completion of the assessment, Tirusew begins the process of tracing a child’s family. It’s easier said than done. Many of the children embarked on treacherous journeys from remote rural villages with little or no access to telephones or other means of communication. In cases where the family is traceable, Tirusew will often accompany the child to his or her village.

Coming home is complicated

But not every child wants to go home. Some children were abused by a family member before leaving. Others feel guilty coming home because their families sold some of their belongings to try to pay the exorbitant amounts demanded by brokers and traffickers to get them out of the country in the first place.

Tirusew works closely with local officials to help children reintegrate with their families and communities, when it’s considered safe to do so, and to enroll them in school. But COVID-19 poses new challenges to reintegrating children. Not only is the number of returnees growing quickly, but those returning are required to be quarantined for 14 days to ensure they don’t have the coronavirus, which has the potential to create further stigma in the community.

“People don’t understand the purpose of the quarantine,” says Kidist Gebrehanna, a manager at the centre where Tirusew has been working. “These migrants and returnees aren’t here because they are sick. It’s just a precaution.”

Site management and day-to-day operations at the quarantine centres are supported by the International Organization for Migration, while UNICEF – working closely with the Addis Ababa Bureau of Women, Children and Youth – has supported the recruitment, training and deployment of social workers. UNICEF has also provided soap, hygiene materials, and dignity and recreation kits, among other items. 

“Social workers are like doctors and nurses.We need encouragement from everyone”

Karin Heissler, Chief of Child Protection at UNICEF Ethiopia, says the country is facing a shortage of social workers. “[They] are critical to identifying risks, facilitating access to protection services and ensuring that children are protected from violence, exploitation, neglect, and family separation.” 

Tirusew hopes to reunite the first group of unaccompanied quarantined children with their families in the next few days*, a major child protection milestone. But despite the importance of her work, Tirusew says she doesn’t think people understand what an integral part social workers are playing in keeping children safe.


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Why start-ups matter ??

“Its not about ideas. Its about making ideas happen”– SCOTT BELSKY (FOUNDER, BEHANCE)

What is a Startup ???

A startup or start-up is a company or project initiated by an entrepreneur to seek, effectively develop, and validate a scalable business model.While entrepreneurship refers to all new businesses,including self emplyment and businesses that never intend to grow big or become registered ,startups refer to the new businesses that intend to grow large beyond the solo founder.Startups face high uncertainty and have high rates of failure, but a minority of them do go on to be successful and influential.

Unemployment in the U.S. was at 3.6% as of April 2019.It was the lowest rate in the last ten years and shows the nation is recovering from the financial crisis of 2008.

Highest Unemployment Rates

Predictably, the world’s highest unemployment rates exist in Sub-Saharan Africa and in a brutal warzone in occupied Palestine.

Lesotho,encircled by South Africa,had the highest unemployment in the world.Its also one of the poorest countries.Lesotho is a small and mountainous country,previously a protectorate of Britain. Swaziland and Mozambique both suffer from extreme poverty and the world’s highest HIV/AIDS prevalence rate according to CIA.

Why startups are important ???

Entrepreneurship is important to economic development.There is a global drive to accelerate the growth and development of nations through innovation and creativity.Support for small and medium businesses has emerged as a top priority on the global agenda and are no longer seen as a threat to the established system.

New and young companies are the primary source of job creation in thriving companies, and entrepreneurial activity introduces new products and services .These new businesses also contribute to economic dynamism by injecting and intensifying competition into markets which cause consumers to benefit from lower prices and greater product variety and promotes greater upstream and downstream value-chain activities.

The importance of entrepreneurship is evident as seen in recent initiatives focused on startups, especially in developing nations.Some nations have already advanced in the setting up of support systems and agencies to assist emerging entrepreneurs at each step of their journey by providing early-stage financing, technical training, and market intelligence.These systems will help to regulate the playing field for startups and entrepreneurs and may even guarantee a few successes through coaching and mentoring.

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“Skill in the art of communication is crucial to a leadrer’s success.He can accomplish nothing unless he can communicate effectively” — Anonymus

What is Soft Skill ???

A soft skill is a personal attribute that supports situational awareness and enhances an individual’s ability to get a job done.

Some of the major soft skills that are necessary for every individual are:-







The most important soft skill from the above mentioned skills is the communication skill.So in this post we shall discuss about some major aspects related to communication and how we can improve our communication skills to land in a great position in this world.

What is Communication ???

Transfer of an idea or thought from one being to another,when the recipent’s comprehension/understanding of the idea/thought is the same as or similar to the transmitter.The mode or medium isn’t important, but the effectiveness transmission and the reception is.The channel of communication can be visual, auditory, tactile/haptic, olfactory, electromagnetic or biochemical.Human communication is unique for its extensive use of abstract language.Development of civilization has been closely linked with progress in tellecommunication.

The main steps inherent to all communication are:-

  1. The formation of communicative motivation or reason.
  2. Message composition (further internal or technical elaboration on what exactly to express)
  3. Transmission of the encoded message as a sequence of signals using a specific channel or medium.
  4. Reception of signals and reassembling of the encoded message from a sequence of received signals.
  5. Decoding of the reassembled encoded message.
  6. Interpretation and making sense of the presumed original message.

The main two types of communication are:-

  1. Non Verbal communication
  2. Verbal communication


Non Verbal communication describes the processes of conveying a type of information in a form of non-linguistic representations.Examples of non verbal communications include haptic communication, chronemic communication, gestures, body language, facial expressions, eye contact etc. It also relates to the intent of a message.Examples of intent are voluntary, intentional movements like shaking a hand or winking, as well as involuntary, such as sweating. Speech also contains non verbal elements known as paralanguage, e.g rhythm, intonation, tempo and stress. It affects communication most at the subconcious levels and establishes trust.

Non Verbal communication demonstrates one of Paul Watzlawick’s laws:- You cannot not communicate. Once proximity has formed awareness, living creatures begin interpreting any signals received.Some of the functions of nonverbal communication in humans are to complement and illustrate, to reinforce and to emphasize, to replace and substitute, to control and regulate, and to contradict the denotative message.

There are several reasons as to why non verbal communication plays a vital role in communication.

Nonverbal communication is omnipresent.They are included in every communication act. To have total communication, all non verbal channels such as the body, face, voice, appearance, touch , distance and other environmental forces must be engaged during face to face interaction.Written communication can also have non verbal attributes .Emails and web chats allow an individual’s the option to change text font colours, stationary, emoticons, and capitalization in order to capture non verbal cues into a verbal medium. Non verbal behaviours may form a universal language system.Smiling, crying, pointing, caressing and glaring are non verbal behaviours that are used and understood by people regardless of nationality.Such non verbal signals allow the most basic form of communication is not effective due to language barriers.


Verbal communication is the spoken or written conveyance of a message. Human language can be defined as a system of symbols by which the symbols are manipulated.The word language also refers to common properties of language.Language learning normally occurs most intensively during human childhood.Most of the large numbers of human languages use patterns of sound or gesture for symbols which enable communication with others around them.Languages tend to share certain properties, although there are exceptions.

As previously mentioned, language can be characterized as symbolic. Charles Ogden and I.A Richards developed The Triangle of Meaning model to explain the symbol, the referent, and the meaning.

Contrary to popular belief, signed languages of the world (e.g. American Sign Language) are considered to be verbal communication because their sign vocabulary, grammer and other linguistic structures abide by all the necessary classifications as spoken languages. There are however, nonverbal elements to signed languages,such as speed, intensity and size of signs that are made.

Role of Motivation !!!

 Desire is the key to motivation, but it’s determination and commitment to an unrelenting pursuit of your goal.A commitment to excellence-that will enable you to attain the success you seek” —MARIO ANDRETTI

Are you feeling really demotivated.Are you now thinking that you had lost all your hopes,dreams,desires and destiny.Are you thinking that you can”t compete with others as you are already out of the race.Are you now thinking that you haven”t had or gathered so much inborn talents to showcase them in any field,platform or competition.If you have such types of thinkings in your mind then you have come to the right place. So without wasting any more precious time let”s dive into this post quickly.

We all have tensions, stress, anxieties in our day to day life. These might be related to your careers,studies,jobs and many more.Due to these tensions and anxieties we really feel demotivated sometimes and this also lead to loneliness which we do not want generally.Who wants

demotivation,stress,depressions and anxieties ??? Nobody, right. But then also we have to deal with such type of difficulties in our daily schedule.So now the most important question is that, what is the remedy to this, or how we would get rid of this ?? From my point of view, I think no medicine, no doctors could cure this disease. The one and only medicine to cure this is MOTIVATION. So the question is what is motivation and how to achieve it.


  Motivation is the reason for people”s actions,willingness and goals.Motivation is derived from the word motive which is defined as a need that requires satisfaction.These needs could be wants or desires that are acquired through influence of culture,society,lifestyle.etc.Motivation is one’s direction to behaviour,or what causes a person to want to repeat a behaviour, a set of force that acts behind the motives.Motivation has been considered as one of the most important reasons that inspires a person to move forward in life.Motivation results from the interaction of both conscious and unconscious factors.Motivation is that tool tool or weapon to diminish our daily tensions and demotivations. Regarding students, basically students are not always internally motivated, they sometimes need situated motivation,which is found in environmental conditions that the teacher creates.If teachers decided to extrinsically reward productive student behaviours,they may find it difficult to extricate themselves from that path.Consequently, student dependancy on extrinsic rewards represents one of the greatest detractors from their use in the classroom.

 Generally threre are two types of motivation :–

>> INTRINSIC MOTIVATION —It occurs when people are internally motivated to do something because it either brings them pleasure,they think it is important,or they feel that what they are learning is significant.It has been shown that intrinsic motivation for education drops from grades 3-9 though the exact cause cannot be ascertained. Also in younger students it has been shown that contextualizing material that would otherwise be presented in an abstract manner increases the intrinsic motivation of these students.

>>EXTRINSIC MOTIVATION — It comes to play when a student is compelled to do something or act a certain way because of factors external to him or her ( like money or good grades).


There are many ways to achieve motivation but I primarily depends on two which are MEDITATION AND WATCHING MOTIVATIONAL VIDEOS.

Motivation is a result of Meditation.Generally in this busy world we hardly find some time to do meditation.But trust me meditation is the key to happiness.It is the only way to remove our stress,tensions and anxieties.It is a practice where an individual uses a technique– such as mindfullness or focussing their mind on a particular object, thought or activity– to train attention and awareness, and achieve a mentally clear and emotionally calm and stable state.Meditation may be used with the aim of reducing stress,anxiety,depression,pain and increasing peace, perception,self concept and well being.

The second most preferred way to achieve motivation is watching motivational videos.There are numerous videos of motivation in Youtube which should be watch by us daily to gain motivation.Videos by famous entrepreneurs such as JAY SHETTY, SANDEEP MAHESHWARI, MARK ZUCKERBURG etc. are really worthable if we see daily for short span of time.One of the most best video which I use to watch most frequently is the video of KAROLY  TAKACS by Sandeep Maheshwari. It has been the most viewed video of Sandeep Maheshwari in his Youtube channel. Must watch by everyone. Below is the video of the above said–

Links to some more awesome motivational videos has been provided below.Do watch them and gain some motivation in your life —

Below I have provided some best books which I guarantee that you will be gaining motivation.Must check out those:–





Books that will change your Life

“Picking five favorite books is like picking the five body parts you’d most like not to lose” –Neil Gaiman

1) Warren Buffett: The Life, Lessons & Rules For Success

He’s been consistently voted one of the wealthiest people in the world. Time Magazine also voted him as one of the most influential people in the world; widely considered to be the most successful investor of the entire 20th century.

In short, Warren Buffett is a boss.

The man knows a thing or two about success. With a net worth of $77.1 billion, the billionaire investor’s fabled business acumen has inspired everything from investment books to college courses. He is known to favor long-term investment strategies, like dollar cost averaging, which encourages the regular purchase of the same investment over time. He also has long-standing holdings in the Coca-Cola Company, Apple, and American Express among others. His now infamous letters to Berkshire Hathaway shareholders help shed light into how the man they call the “Oracle of Omaha,” reads the tealeaves.

This book takes a look at Buffett’s life. From humble beginnings in Omaha, up to present day where the 86 year old is still going strong. We take a look at his first taste of business at the ripe old age of 6, following on with his major successes and failures along the way. The aim of this book is to be educational and inspirational with actionable principles you can incorporate into your own life straight from the great man himself.

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2) Bill Gates-The co founder of Microsoft

The co-founder of Microsoft, Bill Gates helped transform society by ushering in the era of ubiquitous personal computing. This book examines the life and achievements of this standout American inventor and philanthropist.

• Provides a balanced and unbiased account of Bill Gates that includes his own writings as well as criticisms of Gates’s management style that allows readers to reach their own conclusions

• Documents Gates’s philanthropic activities and commitment to dispersing some of his accumulated wealth to help those in need worldwide

• Includes images, timelines, and charts and graphs that enrich the reading experience as well as an extensive bibliography that provides researchers with easy access to original source documents.

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3) Elon Musk ( The Man behind Tesla,SpaceX,Solar City)

In the spirit of Steve Jobs and Money ball, Elon Musk is both an illuminating and authorized look at the extraordinary life of one of Silicon Valley’s most exciting, unpredictable, and ambitious entrepreneurs–a real-life Tony Stark–and a fascinating exploration of the renewal of American invention and its new “makers.” Elon Musk spotlights the technology and vision of Elon Musk, the renowned entrepreneur and innovator behind SpaceX, Tesla, and Solar City, who sold one of his Internet companies, PayPal, for $1.5 billion. Ashlee Vance captures the full spectacle and arc of the genius’s life and work, from his tumultuous upbringing in South Africa and flight to the United States to his dramatic technical innovations and entrepreneurial pursuits. Vance uses Musk’s story to explore one of the pressing questions of our age: can the nation of inventors and creators who led the modern world for a century still compete in an age of fierce global competition? He argues that Musk–one of the most unusual and striking figures in American business history–is a contemporary, visionary amalgam of legendary inventors and industrialists including Thomas Edison, Henry Ford, Howard Hughes, and Steve Jobs. More than any other entrepreneur today, Musk has dedicated his energies and his own vast fortune to inventing a future that is as rich and far-reaching as the visionaries of the golden age of science-fiction fantasy. Thorough and insightful, Elon Musk brings to life a technology industry that is rapidly and dramatically changing by examining the life of one of its most powerful and influential titans.

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4) Barak Obama (An Intimate Portrait)

Relive the extraordinary Presidency of Barack Obama through White House photographer Pete Souza’s behind-the-scenes images and stories in this #1 New York Times bestseller–with a foreword from the President himself. During Barack Obama’s two terms, Pete Souza was with the President during more crucial moments than anyone else–and he photographed them all. Souza captured nearly two million photographs of President Obama, in moments highly classified and disarmingly candid. Obama: An Intimate Portrait reproduces more than 300 of Souza’s most iconic photographs with fine-art print quality in an oversize collectible format. Together they document the most consequential hours of the Presidency–including the historic image of President Obama and his advisors in the Situation Room during the bin Laden mission–alongside unguarded moments with the President’s family, his encounters with children, interactions with world leaders and cultural figures, and more. Souza’s photographs, with the behind-the-scenes captions and stories that accompany them, communicate the pace and power of our nation’s highest office. They also reveal the spirit of the extraordinary man who became our President. We see President Obama lead our nation through monumental challenges, comfort us in calamity and loss, share in hard-won victories, and set a singular example to “be kind and be useful,” as he would instruct his daughters. This book puts you in the White House with President Obama, and will be a treasured record of a landmark era in American history.

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 ” Education is the ability to listen to almost everything without losing your temper or self confidence” —- ROBERT FROST

What is education ??
  Education is the process of facilitating learning or the acquisition of knowledge, skills, values, beliefs and habits.It is also a process in which knowledge, character and behaviour of the human being is perfectly shaped.

Why one needs education ??
  Education is not just to read and write.It is about using education for their own advantages and to utilize the knowledge for their growth.Also one can lead their own life without depending upon others.It is not about making people literate, literacy is entirely different education.To live flawless life one needs education.
   To gain respect from the society one should be educated.To lead a happy and prosperous life we need to study so that we could build a successful career in the later stages of our life.As we are going with the flow of the life the world has becoming even more competitive.Wherever we go we will able to find the competitive nature, it could be in the field of dance, studies, sports etc. Let us take the example of the exam JEE, which is a gateway to the top engineering colleges of India.Around 13 lakh  students generally appear in the exam but only the selected 10K students get a chance to enter into the prestigious IIT’s. So we could clearly  see the ratio between the students applying for the exam to the students getting a seat.A detailed article will write on this exam and its consequences probably on my next blog post.

So in short from my point of view I could tell that Education is important to each and everyone of us.And most importantly the right education only will lead a successful career.We each one of us have our dreams and desires, so to transform the dreams into reality one needs the proper guidance and right education.Work hard now and live like a king in the rest of your life.


 Success is not built on success.It’s built on failure.It’s built on frustration.Sometimes it’s built on catastrophe ” — Sumner Redstone    

Why some people fail and others succeed can be baffling.Sometimes it may even seem unfair.We all know people who have a good education, the right attitude and a sincere desire to make something of themselves.They are good parents,honest employees and loyal friends.Yet despite their knowledge , feelings and desires, they continue to lead lives of quiet desperation.They should have so much more than they do, but they seem to receive so little.

Then there are those who always seem to receive so much and yet merit so little.They have no education.They have a poor attitude about themselves and other people, and are often dishonest and unethical.The only thing they seem to share in common with those who should do well but do so poorly is a sincere desire to get ahead.Despite their lack of virtues,knowledge and appreciation, these people often seem to come out on top.

Why is it that some good people seem to have so little while the dishonest seem to have so much ? Why is it that the drug dealers and the mob members and the criminal element in our society are driving Rolls-Royces while many are struggling to make the payments on their inexpensive compacts ? If our desire to succeed is as strong as theirs, and if we have the added virtues of philosophical refinement and emotional sophistication , why are we not all doing better than they are?

The answer might well be that we do not work at achieving our goals, and they do.We do not take all that we are to the marketplace and put it to the work.They do.We do not stay up late at night developing new plans to achieve our dreams and work hard day after day to make those dreams a reality.They do.We do not make every effort to get around the right sources of influence, to associate with those people who can help us to achieve our goals.They do.While we are dreaming about the promise of the future ,they are doing something about it. Granted , they might be doing the wrong things, but they are doing consistently and with an intensity and a level of commitment that would put many of us to shame.

Imagine how different our world would be if we made a commitment right now to put into action all that we currently are, wherever we currently are , and with whatever we currently have.What if we all gave 100 percent to our jobs, families and communities ? What if, starting right now, we began to read the books, replace errors with disciplines and associate with people who have stimulating ideas ? What an incredible different we could make! In no time at all we would have evil on the run and good would be rushing in to recapture its rightful place. What a life we could then share with our families.– a life filled with challenge, excitement and achievement.And what an inheritance we could leave to the next generation — a wealth of virtue, integrity and substance with which to build a whole new world , and all because we cared enough to do something with our lives and to put our skills and talents to work.



Nicholas James Vujicic, born on 4 December 1982, is an Australian Christian evangelist and motivational speaker born with tetra-amelia syndrome, a rare disorder(called phocomelia) characterized by the absence of arms and legs.

According to his autobiography, his mother refused to see him or hold him when the nurse held him in front of her, but she and her husband accepted the condition and understood it as “God’s plan for their son”. Vujicic has two small and deformed feet , one of which he calls his “chicken drumstick” because of its shape.

                                                                              Vujicic thrived in his teenage and young adult                                                                                years despite being bullied. After his mother        showed him a newspaper article about a man dealing with a severe disability when he was seventeen , he started to give talks at his prayer group. Vujicic graduated from Griffith University at the age of 21 with a Bachelor of Commerce degree with a double major in accountancy and financial planning.In 2005, Vujicic founded “Life without Limbs”, an international non profit organization and ministry.In 2007 , he founded “Attitude is Altitude” , a secular motivational speaking company.Vujicic starred in a short film “The Butterfly Circus”. At 2010 Method Fest Independent Film Festival, he was awarded Best Actor in a short film for his starring performance as Will.He markets a DVD for young people titled No Arms, No Legs, No Worries.

1)  Life without Limits : Inspiration of a Ridiculously Good Life
2) Limitless : Devotions for a Ridiculously Good Life
3) Stand Strong
4) Unstoppable : The Incredible Power of Faith in Action etc..

In 9 March , 2002, he moved to California. In 2008 in McKinney, Texas, near Dallas , he met Kanae Miyahara. They married on February 12 , 2012. The couple has two sons, Kiyoshi James and Dejan Levi, the first son was born in 2013 and the second one in 2015.

Despite being born without arms or legs, Nick Vujicic is a painter, swimmer, skydiver and motivational speaker.

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