My Story: I Realized That Rickshaw Puller Was Actually Pulling With One Leg

The Logical Indian

October 14th, 2015 / 12:29 AM

My heart sank today when, while coming back home, I realized that the rickshaw puller was actually pulling with one leg.

This totally shows the hardships of life. Some people cry about it, and some people are fighters like him.

I asked him to take the money and said that I would take another rickshaw. But he refused. Hat off to his spirit and hard work. You are an inspiration.

While we feel pity for him, he continues to inspire others. The Logical Indian Community salutes this real Life hero who can show light even to Sun. We also feel proud of members who never fail to ignore such inspirations and share with us to light up other peoples’ lives.

Submitted By – Ritika Singh Puria

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