Covid-19, Education, Health

Learning Wednesday: Hospital Cleaning Personal Heroes In The Covid-19 Pandemic

Quite often we don’t recognize the brilliant and brave labor that the cleaning personal does in hospitals, clinics, medical offices, in the middle of the Covid-19 Pandemic. They have also been in the front line in the fight against the coronavirus.

Today I want to congratulate them all, in all countries of the world for their valor and love for their work. I want to say thank you from the bottom of my heart. Thank you for being great warriors everyday, ready to help us, doctors, nurses and patients. Your help has been so valuable and appreciated. I wish you the best to you and your families, peace, love and over all: health.


Health, inspiration, Motivation

Learning Thursday: Courage When Bullets Fear The Brave

Rating: 5 out of 5.

“Even bullets fear the brave” —This is a perfect saying to define what this 4 year old girl Mia, from Queensland Australia, who is a quadruple amputee, is doing already with her precious life.

The courage and fortitude she has is an example of bravery, valor and love to live. Her fearlessness should be an example for all of us. Given a chance, children are the most amazing creatures on the planet.

Motivation, Success

American Football Player Freddie Steinmark a True Inspiration for all and for Cancer Patients

I love heroes, men and women who have strong spirits and radiant-brilliant minds, and Freddie Joe Steinmark is one of them. Read more about him below the images.

Freddie Steinmark, an American college football player back in the 60’s. He played at the position of safety for the University of Texas Longhorns. He has inspired millions of people around the globe, patients with cancer or other terminal or incapacitated diseases. He is an inspiration to many, even to people who enjoy good health but want to be stronger everyday.

Yes, I admire him greatly. Last night I was watching the movie about his life: “My All American”. Needless to say I was crying at the end. I was inspired by Freddie’s heart, his powerful mind, his tremendous and furious courage, fearless to pain, always with a smile and kind attitude for everyone around him: a true hero.

He was born January 27, 1949, in Denver Colorado and died at the age of 22 in June 6, 1971, at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, Texas, United States. Diagnosis: Congenital Osteosarcoma (bone cancer).

The amputation of his left leg, from the left hip, and the knowledge that his survival rate after the surgery was about a year, didn’t stop him from living!

OFFICIAL SITE of Freddie Joe Steinmark