7 Thoughts on how a 13-year-old changed Impossible to I am Possible #WATWB

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The #WATWB was created as a mission to negate the overwhelming negativity that has been present in our social media streams. For every negative news story in the world, there are plenty of positive, uplifting stories that show hope, compassion and the resiliency of everyday people who face insurmountable challenges. Our hope is to share heartwarming stories that lift the human spirit.
The last Friday of every month bloggers will share their stories led by six co-hosts, this month’s co-hosts are:
Lizbeth Hartz,
Peter Nena,
Shilpa Garg,
Eric Lahti,
and Inderpreet Kaur Uppal

Professor Owl’s Book Corner has always been for and about children and young adults who in spite of their illness or disability have turned their lives around and have achieved the impossible. This young man really has made a possible difference to his and others lives.
For more information or to join our #WATWB please click here

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4 thoughts on “7 Thoughts on how a 13-year-old changed Impossible to I am Possible #WATWB

  1. hilarymb

    Hi Belinda and Sylvia … what an amazing young man … Sparsh Shan is an inspiration to us all. He has impeccable diction, and an amazing array of language skills – let alone being able to sing … quite incredible … I so enjoyed seeing the TED X talk … and to see how he coped with his Brittle Bone Disease, and to learn how much he’s been helping others with his positive attitude to life.

    Great post for #WAWTB … cheers Hilary

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