A disabled man who sells noodles on a cart rented for his indomitable spirit

Screenshot from video shared by Rahul Mishra

HIGHLIGHTS

  • An unidentified person is going viral for his unyielding attitude towards life.
  • The man with different abilities was seen in a video working his noodle cart with nothing more than a single congenital arm.
  • Internet users, moved by the inspirational video, “saluted” him for not giving it up at all costs.

We’ve all read anecdotal accounts of struggle posted by business gurus on LinkedIn and wondered how oblivious they could be to their privilege. Many of these people have had a head start in their lives and careers over others whose struggles end where these inspirational peddlers begin to find their feet.

Recently, a man with different abilities sparked discussions on social media after discovering he was running a noodle cart without even having his hands fully formed.

A video shared by Twitter user Rahul Mishra shows the man pouring soy sauce and stirring noodles, all with a functional, congenital hand that appears to be little more than a thumb.

“It will cost you $0 to retweet. Responsibility,” Mishra wrote in a tweet accompanied by heartbreaking emojis.

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Apart from recording over 1.5 lakh views, the genuinely inspiring video seems to have moved netizens deeply.

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It is amazing how no amount of tragedy and pain can stop some people. It probably has to do, in part, with survival and their indomitable spirit. It is perhaps the “nothing to lose” approach that allows people with disabilities to function effectively like the rest of the world.

While it doesn’t require equal participation from other people with disabilities, inspiring stories like this really make us re-evaluate our own approach to life.

Previously the story of the ‘Midnight Runner’ Pradeep Mehra, which needs no further introduction, was shared by filmmaker Vinod Kapri. The boy instantly became a beacon of inspiration with his determination to join the army and was eventually helped by retail clothing brand Shoppers Stop with a Rs. 2.5 lakh check to pursue his dreams.