December 4, 1982, at a Melbourne hospital the City sound breaking the silence a crying baby delivery room. His presence gives hope for the father (religious leaders and computer programmers) and mother (a nurse) because their first child was finally born.
However, Serbia’s shock when immigrants see his son was born without two arms and two legs are normal. According to doctors who handle him, the baby – then named Nicholas James Vujicic-Tetra-amelia. his disease is very rare.
On the other hand, with the patience of the father led her to stand, balance the body, and swim from 18-month-old Nick (Nick has a small foot near her left hip).
They also teach Nick to be able to live independently, how to send her to public school like other normal children.
At the age of 8 years, the pressure of taunts and bullying at school almost made Nick suicide. However, the love and support of parents, as well as the entertainment of his friends, Nick is able to get rid of these thoughts. He became more thoughtful and courageous in life.
One morning, at age 12, Nick had an unforgettable experience. When I woke up and opened his eyes, he suddenly realized how lucky he was. He is healthy, and have family and friends who loved her.
A year later, when reading the newspapers, Nick and his mother found an article that is very evocative of his soul. The article, about a disabled man who can do great things, including helping people.
“At that moment, I realized that God did create us to be useful to others. I decided to be grateful, not angry, the situation yourself! I also hope someday to be like him-that’s incredible to help and inspire many people! ” Thus said Nick, in an interview.
To achieve his dream, Nick studied hard. A diluted brain, helping to achieve a degree in Economics in Accounting and Financial Planning at the age of 21 years. Soon after, he developed a non-profit institutions’ Life Without Limbs “(Life Without Body Members), which he founded, at the age of 17 years, to help work in the field of motivation.
Now, Nick Vujicic is a motivator / international speakers Bright and Morning. He has traveled to over 24 countries on four continents (including Indonesia), to motivate over 2 million people-especially young people. Many times, he was interviewed by a television station with an international reach, such as ABC (on March 28, 2008). Its products are well-known motivational DVD “Life’s Greater Purpose”, “No Arms, No Legs, No Worries” and film “The Butterfly Circus.”
“I have been providing various types of motivation to the people, based on the experience of my life,” added Nick at the end of the interview. “But there’s one thing I always tell them: ‘Accept and love yourself.’ If one person can do, then feel more energized in life and want to be useful to others, I feel that part of my job in the world has been resolved. “