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Everybody Has A Story

Each and every person has a story to tell, whether it be about living with a physical disability, struggling through an illness, losing a loved one, battling an addiction, facing financial hardship, or coping with the many twists and turns on our road through life.

By recognizing those who have overcome insurmountable obstacles, we hope to facilitate healing, positive change, and the courage to share our challenging experiences with others, in order to inspire those around us to do the same. It is easier to feel hope when you no longer feel alone.

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Finding Hope When You Least Expect It

By Anonymous I was going through a really bad day while living in New York years ago. I went to …

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Motorcycle Wreck By: Dewayne Morgan

On Sept. 8 2009, I was riding my motorcycle and met a car on my side of the road when …

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World War II, The Pacific, Malaria, Jungle Rot & Moving On With My Life by: Tony Giammona, WWII Vet, Brooklyn, NY

Things were going very well for me until December 7, 1941. In very short order, I was drafted into the …

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A Touching Letter By: Cindi

From my cousin in Sendai, Japan where she has lived for the past decade teaching English: Hello My Lovely Family …

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I May Have Lost Part of My Leg but I Keep Right On Going By: Nancy

My amputation is just something that represents a “slight” set back in life. Yesterday Oprah’s show was an amputee Mom …

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D-Day and the Cancer Survivor

I have been afflicted with a chronic disorder for decades and get around with the aid of a walker. I …

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A Chance Finding: How This Family Came To Be By: Jo-Ann and Al Vargas

We began our life in foster care in 1996.  It has been a wonderful experience for me and my husband …

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Keep Grasping Just Beyond Your Reach and Never Ever Quit By: Didi

I was born the 6th child of 8 in my family.  My parents were both addicts.  We got our food …

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The Decision to Donate Bone Stem Cells to a Complete Stranger, the “Golden Rule” and a Certain Level of Empathy by Matt Hoffman

The decision to donate to a complete stranger was one that followed the “Golden Rule” and a certain level of …

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Making It Through The Storm With Help From Strangers by Brian Kappler

Imagine falling from the sky and landing flat on your back with nothing to your name except for the clothes …

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