Stephen Hawking Great Inspirational Success Story

Stephen Hawking Great Inspirational Man
Stephen Hawking

He is Stephen Hawking. He was diagnosed with Motor neuron disease, a rare condition that progressive cripples the individual and usually causes death within a few years. Hawking was told he only had two years to live. But he survived, he was still eventually confined to a wheelchair and much of his body became paralyzed. But recently he passed.

Once think about it…How would you react if you were told that you had motor neuron disease and had just a few years to live? Would you not die in two months with fear?

Fear kills your dreams. “Fear does not stop death, it stops life.”

He did not recover from his disease and it made him physically weak in time, but what kept him going was his willingness to work from the mind as he says “Although I cannot move and I have to speak through a computer, in my mind I am free.”

He believes that “Nothing is impossible to a willing Heart”

Stephen Hawking has also succeeded in making science popular as witnessed by his best selling book A “Brief History of Time”.

Hawking is best known for his discovery that black holes emit radiation. His discovery has made a detailed study of black holes possible.

 When a man who can’t move, or talk, can make wonders and also lead a normal family life with kids, then why do some of us lose hope and accept failures? 

Once the British queen met Stephen hawking and said, I’m so proud of you for the service you have done. But, I’m sad that you are paralyzed like this. Then Hawking said, you made me sad remembering my past which I forgot. 

Remember one thing, there is only one thing that can stop you from achieving your dream. It isn’t a disability or it certainly isn’t your current economic condition. The only thing that can stop you is the lack of your own will to succeed.

We may have some disabilities or weaknesses. But we should forget our weaknesses and focus on our strengths. Then we can reach our reach goal. No fear can stop us.

We all lost one of history’s greatest minds, hats off to him. May his soul rest in peace


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