Homeless Boy Sings – Insanely Inspiring

Honestly, I cried watching this…

Seeing how someone can be in such a horrific situation in life and still have the courage and will to fight, and to find joy in life.

Its absolutely amazing.

I love seeing the underdog win. When everything in life is stacked against him, and he chooses to fight back.

It makes me so grateful for my family, and the warm house that I have to sleep in every night. Its so easy to become complacent and take things for granted…

It reminders like these that really put on smile on my face and bring a tear to my eye 🙂

27 comments

  1. looking4adventure

    This guys story is uplifting. I have two cousins from Vietnam adopted from an orphanage there. It’s such a blessing to help children who don’t have a family or a home to feel wanted. I can’t imagine my family without them. In this last season of my life, I’ve have encountered what it feels like to not have a home I know I can go to and experience rejection from the ones that are supposed to be there for you. It’s inspiring to see others make it through and it gives hope. Thanks for sharing new friend.
    Peace and Blessings.

    • thomasmaxwell12

      I completely agree. Helping a child in need whos suffering is one of the most powerful things we can do. I’m so grateful that this was able to inspire you in that situation! I really am. I wish you all the best. Thank you for sharing 🙂

      • looking4adventure

        I have a lingering dream of adopting kids one day. Whether or not I ever have my own kids I hope to adopt. They would be exactly what I wanted nothing less. You don’t have to be blood related to be family by any means, at least not to me. I have many moms and dads all around and they are not blood relatives but the family life brings along the way. Funny I just noticed your last post about leaving the country to Asia I believe. I am leaving it all in the states and going to central America. I hope to blog about the adventures and things I learn as I trek this new path. I look forward to keeping up with your travels as well! 🙂

      • thomasmaxwell12

        You know what I’ve thought about the exact same thing actually! I have desire deep down in my heart to adopt a child some day 🙂
        Where in central America are you travelling?

      • looking4adventure

        Haha awesome! 🙂 Glad you feel it too bro! I will be adventuring to Nicaragua. Renting a place down there. Ocean is calling. Chill people are more than welcome to join! Seriously. Just gonna surf. Soak up the sun and the culture and the natural beauty.

      • thomasmaxwell12

        thats freakin sick!! I’ve always wanted to learn to surf 🙂 Thats amazing bud. Seriously.
        You sound like a wicked guy though! Add me on skype or facebook 🙂

      • thomasmaxwell12

        Man, you could just come to Thailand too aha. Not sure what living expenses are there, but in Thai you can have luxurious lifestyle with a 1000/ month
        its thomas.maxwell1234

      • looking4adventure

        well i intend to travel the earth so I could make my way there. Central america is cheap and beautiful… luxury is nice but to me most important is getting to know people and enjoying the simple things in life! If luxury happens beautiful but not neccessary for me to

      • looking4adventure

        well i intend to travel the earth so I could make my way there. Central america is cheap and beautiful… luxury is nice but to me most important is getting to know people and enjoying the simple things in life! If luxury happens beautiful but not needed for me to enjoy and be happy in my travels. 🙂

  2. johndwm

    Reblogged this on johndwmacdonald and commented:
    Theres a lot of attacks on the Got Talent etc but we have to recognise that people are recognised who would not be otherwise because of the elistism existing in the industry. I was even more moved by this than by Jonathen and Charlotte and Susan Boyle. Let these people shine!!!!

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  4. Plot Jotter

    I agree with the underdog perspective, especially when i was younger. Nowadays, i also have grown to appreciate champions as well-they train and fight to remain winning. Considering the champion, the underdog too will experience the glory at some point in their life, just as the champions were at one time underdogs. Great read! Thank you!

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