Will of steel- Get Inspired!

If we are tired, we either go to sleep or take a medicine or try some good thing so that we are recharged again and are back to life. Similarly, if we give up on anything, what we need is some inspiration. Inspiration and motivation are like pills. Once you are inspired, you are back on track. But, from where we should get inspired. Well! In my case I can get inspired from anything it, can be a human being, animal, living or a non living thing. But, today I have a lot of inspiring people in my bag which can keep me inspired for almost a month or a two because these people actually have a will of steel. In this blog post I am going to share about the life stories of some inspiring people.

imagesGeeta Phogat
She is an Indian wrestler that too from Haryana. Yes! The state which has the lowest sex ratio and also which is known for the concept of honour killings. The state which has khaap panchayats to make sure that nothing in the state can bring equality between a man and women. But, they say where there is a will, there is a way and she proved the saying completely right by winning a gold medal at the commonwealth games.
I am inspired because I am a woman and in this male dominating society, I will surely take her as an inspiration when I am stopped from doing anything which is thought to be only a man’s cup of tea and not that of a woman.

Arunima Sinha

If we have pain in any part of our body, we completely give up on anything and everything. At least I do. This woman was thrown out of a moving train because of which one of her legs had to be amputated, but this brave lady on May 21, 2013, became one of the few to climb Mount Everest.
Most of the people who suffer from such an incident, give up everything in life. But she stood aloof and made a difference.I am inspired because now I will not miss my gym because of those little body pains.


She moved from a village to Jaipur and became a coolie at Jaipur Railway station just to support her three children because her husband died a year ago.

In Indian villages, woman are not expected to do anything even to support their families in case of financial crisis.She belongs to a community where a woman cannot think of stepping out of her village but she dared and is a very big inspiration to the woman who belong to her society.

Rufus D’souza

He trains young boys to become footballers. He was sent a telegram in 1954 to return home while he was attending a selection trail for Mohammedan Sporting Club Calcutta. He was responsible for taking care of his ailing parents and his younger brother who had down -syndrome. For the past 42 years he has been training young kids at the parade ground, Fort Kochi.
When you are not able to live your dream, the best way is to help others live theirs but that is not easy. This man has done this for 42 years, a salute to him from my side. A person who was so close to his dream, but he preferred his family over his dream is surely a person who should be respected for he let go his dream for his family. He is not only an inspiration but also teaches us a lesson of importance of priorities.

I am inspired by all four of them, they have proved things which are difficult to prove. They have done those things which are unimaginable.I hope you got inspired from all of them. “I’m voting for Geeta Phogat at #WillOfSteel and blogging on BlogAdda to help him/her get felicitated and eventually enabled by JSW.

If you also find their stories inspiring, go and vote for them at http://willofsteel.in/


6 Comments Add yours

  1. Archana Kapoor says:

    Great write-up!


    1. Naiyyas says:

      Thanks a ton Archana Kapoor 🙂


  2. Alok Singhal says:

    Really great inspirations you have chosen. Good luck with the contest.


    1. Naiyyas says:

      Thanks Alok Singhal 🙂 😀

      Liked by 1 person

  3. Varnam Gump says:

    Thank you for profiling the uncommon individuals.


    1. Naiyyas says:

      You’re welcome Varnam.


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