§ December 24th, 2013 § Filed under General Comments Off on Happiness

Happiness does not grow in the garden of the envious. Life presents many times unprecedented facts, but which are real, posing as hard to believe, more when they are voiced by temperance, courage, faith identification, will, perseverance, constancy, and since then, by the desire to live and know the opportunity, as is the case of Tony Mendez inspiring history. But who is Tony Mendez that is worth stopping to comment on him? Nicaraguan, of the Earth where nation Sandino and is still debated to get ahead, unfortunately by their generations who have not been able to face big challenges, especially the Nicaraguans provide that quality of life that is entitled, but which unfortunately their Tibetan have not been identified with that responsibility, more dominant group to the national interests. Is known as reminds us Wikipedia, than Tony, he is the second of the four sons who formed the home of Jose Angel Melendez Escoto and Sara Maria Rodriguez. He was born on January 9, 1962 at the Hospital San Jose in Rivas, Nicaragua. Tony was born without arms and with the left foot twisted due to the ravages of a medicine called prescribed thalidomide to his mother.

She did not know that this medicine would have harmful side effects on your child without birth. The Thalidomide drug should soothe the effects of nausea in the first half of pregnancy, but its effects left serious consequences: to him, the drug resulted in thousands of children were born with deformities, without arms or feet. Similar to Tony, this drug caused thousands of children to facility with deformities, without arms or feet. About a year after Tony birth, his family travelled to California because his grandfather won the lottery of Nicaragua to operate and correct his left foot. Since then the family stayed in Los Angeles in the city of Branson MO, leading a busy schedule of concerts, motivational lectures that have been accompanied of the drafting of a book: A Gift Of Hope (a gift of hope), written in English, now translated into Spanish.

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