The Lessons I learned from Mr Lim Seah Hor’s Story on TODAY’s article by Eveline Gan

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I am always looking for stories, stories of ordinary people with extraordinary courage who overcame their difficulties. Today, on my way to office I read this article “Kidney failure patient turns medalist at World Transplant Games”. I said in my mind “WOW, this man overcome difficulties and achieve greatness!”
Read the story here http://www.todayonline.com/daily-focus/health/kidney-failure-patient-sports-medallist, you will find that he faced not just health issue (Kidney failure) but also the followings:

* being single parent with young daughter when it happened
* Having to work 10 to 12 hours with his conditions
* Not previous experience and formal training in Tejo

Here are the 3 lesson I learned from this story:

1. KEEP THE FAITH.
Although he felt as he had “struck the lottery” or luck was in play. I do believe that it is his faith, his hope that made it possible. If he didn’t believe there is a chance for a transplant in the future, he would have given up. Perhaps he would not exercise which keep his body in good condition, which I believe would increase probability of the transplant success rate. Stay strong and keep the faith. Share your trouble with you families and friends, don’t keep it to yourself.

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