Inspirational videos really drive us to be better human beings. These inspirational videos will hopefully help you to become all that you can be. Get motivated. Get busy. Do your best. Be inspired! I hope you enjoy these inspirational videos.
Alex Zanardi was a world champion race car driver who lost his legs in a horrible crash at the Euro Speedway Lausitz on September 15, 2000. Not only did Zanardi miraculously survive the crash, but he actually lived to race competitively again.
Anyone who has followed the incredible story of Zanardi's life, especially after his life-changing crash, must marvel at the incredible spirit and unflappable attitude of this great champion. He never seems down. Never appears to feel sorry for himself.
Steve Jobs shares one of his success secrets in this inspirational video. "If today were the last day of my life, would I want to do what I am about to do today?" Steve Jobs makes the point in this video that remembering we are all going to die gives us power to actually start living. There is no defeat, no fear, no worry that can really matter much once we remember we are here on this earth for only a short time.
Are you "depressed?" Feeling "less than?" Worried about paying your bills? Is life getting you down? Maybe it's time to face who you really are, and who you really are is a miraculous formation of star dust, living, breathing and interacting with other miraculous formations of star dust. It's true. Science tells us that 93% of the mass in our bodies is star dust.
So often we view life through massive, limiting blinders. We think we are alone. It's us against the universe. Well, wake up my friend, because you ARE the universe, and science has proven that fact. Every element in the periodic table, aside from hydrogen, is essentially star dust. The simple equation looks like this: (human body mass - hydrogen) = 93% star dust.
Next time you look up at the night sky, know that you are looking at the power and raw materials that made you. You are a star. We are all stars.
The Most Astounding Fact - Neil DeGrasse Tyson
Here it is in plain English, in Neil DeGrasse Tyson's own words, we are all made of star dust:
This Jim Valvano speech reminds us that we must remember to laugh, to think, and to cry every day. When we do these things, we know we have had a full day. Jim Valvano gave this speech shortly before his death from cancer. It's regarded as one of the most important and memorable speeches of Jim Valvano's life.