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Ok, I have a man crush on Oscar, this is how a man should act. He has a good head on his shoulders, and a decent heart. I have told my wife Oscar is my main man....
Mr. Pistorius, I imagine the gold and golden memory you gave that little girl will remain close to her for the rest of her life. Good man! Nice to wake up on Sunday morning to a story like that, it's going to be a good day!
This man is a very special person and so is Ellie. I pray they will both realize all that they can. Pistorius touched my heart and I doubt I will ever forget him.
My mother used to hush us when we begged for stuff we couldn't afford and really didn't need by saying, "I used to complain that I had no shoes, until I met a man who had no feet." Be thankful for what you have, and praise those who don't allow anything to stop them.
congratulations for your awesome courage and perseverence!"Challenges are what make Life
interesting.overcoming them is what makes Life meaningful" –Joshua J.Marion
It takes stories like this to remind me and i'm sure a lot of others that majority of the things we whine about are really not important. Lovely story!
Inspiring! Persistence pays off! "What's more important, I see him as another person. Someone I admire and respect." INDEED, let us all strive to see others as PEOPLE first. That would solve so many problems. I strive to do this through storytelling. One by one if we all listened to each others stories, the misunderstanding, misperceptions, judgement, would fall away. What a wonderful world it Can be. Thank you for sharing the story! Kristin