‘Sorry ma’am, your son can never walk again, we have tried all we can! The doctor said as he tried to console the mother of the boy who laid on the bed. Poor boy! his mother thought. The young boy was horribly burned in a schoolhouse fire at the age of 8. As young as he is, he would be confined to a wheel chair. But Glenn would throw himself off the wheelchair and pull his body across the yard. And along a fence.

Twenty two months later, he took his first steps and through sheer determination learned not only to walk but to run as well. On June 16, 1934, Glenn Cunningham ran the mile in 4:06.8 minutes, breaking the world’s record. He got enlisted into the navy. He also earned a PHD degree. After retirement as a sprinter, Glenn taught at Cornell College Iowa and also raised a Youth Ranch for troubled kids in Kansas. Despite obvious disability, Glenn determined and believed in himself.<img class=”alignnone size-full” src=”https://hephzybee.files.wordpress.com/2014/05/fight.jpeg” alt=”” title=”fight.jpeg” width=”3

If you have not heard or experienced what it is to be a fulfilled person, then this is for you. Have you ever thought of been the richest man in the world, be an influential person and dignitary. All you need is the spirit called I CAN spirit. Possibilities is always starting with an iota of the I can attitude. If you can you can and if you think you can’t nobody will make you a CAN do it person. What is your attitude to your situations in life.

Do you always see reasons and situations why you can’t make it in life then have got good news for you. YES YOU CAN! There is a yes in your future. Learn from Glenn Cunningham, even from Henry Ward Beecher.

Once he was called upon to recite in front of the class. He had hardly begun when the teacher interrupted with an emphatic, “No!” He started over and again the teacher thundered, “No!” Humiliated, Henry sat down.

The next boy rose to recite and had just begun when the teacher shouted, “No!” This student, however, kept on with the recitation until he completed it. As he sat down, the teacher replied, “Very good!”

Henry was irritated. ”I recited just as he did,” he complained to the teacher.

But the instructor replied, “It is not enough to know your lesson, you must be sure. When you allowed me to stop you, it meant that you were uncertain. If the world says, ‘No!’ it is your business to say, ‘Yes!’ and prove it.

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      The reality is this the world, situations and circumstances will say, ‘No!’ in a thousand ways.

      The reality is this the world, situations and circumstances will say, ‘No!’ in a thousand ways.

      ‘No! You can’t do that.’
      ‘No! You are wrong.’
      ‘No! You are too old.’
      ‘No! You are too young.’
      ‘No! You are too weak.’
      ‘No! It will never work.’
      ‘No! You don’t have the education.’
      ‘No! You don’t have the background.’
      ‘No! You don’t have the money.’
      ‘No! It can’t be done.’

      And each ‘No!’ what you hear has the potential to erode your confidence bit by bit until you quit all together.

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      You cannot stop the negatives around you but you can decide to either accept it or decline. There is a Yes in your future. Only believe!!!

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