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We Are All Somebody’s Somebody

Click Here NOW For A FREE psychic reading at PsychicAccess.comThis is a story about a child who grew up thinking one way, but in time discovered that things are not always as they seem. How we choose to think, or see, or feel about life is how we will live it.

His journey started in the fall of 1961. At birth he appeared to be perfectly ‘normal,’ except that he was underweight and arrived a little early. It was later to be discovered that he had sight in only one eye and did not respond to sound in his left ear. This caused him to also experience difficulties later in learning how to talk. He also had some health issues with the functioning of his heart.

He was fortunate to grow up with a loving family, who understood early on that he was different, but for the most part they didn’t treat him any differently. With the help of speech therapy, hearing aids and glasses, he learned to manage and adapt, but there was a burning anger and frustration inside of him as he grew older.

In time, he increasingly realized how different he was to the other kids, to the extent that it made going to school and interacting with others very frustrating.

Then something wonderful happened. His father, who had been  an Eagle scout in his youth, also got him involved with scouting. Suddenly, his world opened up. Although as a family they often went camping and taking canoe trips, this was different, because he was spending time with other boys his age.

Soon, he became involved as a manager of the football team, and later as an athletic trainer. He had found his role and calling, figuring he can’t play himself, but he can certainly help others play! He had finally found something he was really good at, and by the time he was a senior in high school his reputation was such that he was recruited to be a student trainer for All-state Boys Basketball.

Later he attended college on a scholarship as a student trainer and participated in several championship teams, including as the head student trainer for the co-ed training room. College, however, not only afforded him his dream career, but it also offered him the opportunity to help those kids who weren’t playing on the A-teams. He could teach them how to participate in their own way, and still succeed. After graduating he became a certified athletic trainer.

Disability is a matter of perception. If you can do just one thing well, you’re needed by someone ~ Martina Navratilova

When he first started coaching, something was still nagging at him. That childhood anger was still there. But being exposed to children who were in wheelchairs, or born with major disabilities, soon opened his eyes. How could these kids be so carefree, so happy, so kind, so full of life? And how dare he be so angry and frustrated after seeing these kids laugh at themselves when making a mistake, and smiling at every new challenge, and constantly push onward with no fear.

A little boy named Keith changed his life in an instant when he said, “Every day is different! So, I take it as it is and make the very most of it. I don’t see it as what I don’t have or can’t do. I see it as: oh goody, I get to try it again.” Keith also said, “I see everyone as somebody’s somebody! Everybody is different, and that makes each of us unique. It’s like cooking a recipe. You just put all the good stuff in, and then you get a really good stew. Everybody has that one talent that they can do to help others so, I know what mine is, do you?”

My advice to other disabled people would be, concentrate on things your disability doesn’t prevent you doing well, and don’t regret the things it interferes with. Don’t be disabled in spirit as well as physically ~ Stephen Hawking

About a year ago, the boy of this story, now all grown up, once again reflected on this conversation he once had with his young friend Keith, and decided to finally go back to doing what he always knew to be the best way for him to help others. In the light of the current events going on in this world, he decided to quit his day job, and completely transform his life.

If you get anything from this boy’s story, I hope it is that you see everyone as being ‘somebody’s somebody’ and that we all have a gift to share to touch the lives of others and make the world a better place.


About The Author: Randy

Randy is a powerful Clairvoyant, Empath and Remote Viewer, from Upper Louisiana, discovering and embracing his gifts after a life altering event that took away 2 of the most important people in his life. This hardworking, detailed and devoted Virgo has worked professionally as a Psychic, since 2000, and has skillfully applied his talents on radio, at local renaissance fairs, at local and regional psychic fairs, expos, online and in one-on-one individual client readings. Randy can see images, symbols and remotely view any situation, clearly connecting his clients with the information he receives. His talents are so accurate and amazing, he's assisted law enforcement in North Alabama and Seattle, and has helped clients, family, and friends to find lost children, relatives and lost objects. Not only a reader, Randy is also a giver, raising money for charities, and helping others to expand their own gifts through teaching and mentoring. If you'd like to find solutions and a clear path, this sports medicine practitioner, athlete, coach, mentor, musician, and highly attuned reader has the all-psychic-pass you need to succeed! You can find Randy at PsychicAccess.com.

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