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It is quick to see what things I can't handle that Kanae seems to handle quite well.
A lot of the responsibility was and is on her as I cannot do most things for him, but as he is getting older we are interacting, playing and reading books together.
It changed everything in such a beautiful and chaotic way all at the same time. I can say nothing ever can prepare you for parenthood.
You just jump in with both feet and roll with the punches.
But we did it, with the help of our amazing ghost writer, in understanding that there would be someone who could read our story and truly benefit and be blessed by it.
I think the biggest fear of all in one's life is to be alone.
It Doesn’t Take a Perfect Person to Find a Perfect Love Even though he was born without arms or legs, Nick Vujicic created a “ridiculously good life.” But after dating disappointments and a failed relationship, he r...
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She slit open the corners of a cardboard box and kept the box in form by placing a ribbon around it where I could open it up by pulling on the ribbon with my mouth.Kanae Miyahara Vujicic, wife of "limbless evangelist" Nick Vujcic, tells of the "magical," yet complicated moment she first laid eyes on the man she believed she would marry, in their new co-authored book, ."There was definitely a spark and a strong attraction from the first moments I locked eyes with Nick," writes Kanae of their initial meeting, which occured in 2010 at a small Dallas event in which Nick was the guest speaker.Indeed, when Nick first locked eyes with Kanae, who was sitting in the audience, he "had to force himself to look away."The two chatted at the conclusion of the event and though the Serbian-born Australian evangelist was certain of what he was feeling, Kanae wasn't quite as sure. As for Nick, he apparently was so smitten with Kanae that he texted a mutual close friend, who wanted to play matchmaker, what he really thought of the Japanese-Mexican woman he had just met: "She is the most beautiful woman of God I've ever met in my life. "As for Kanae, "I was just amazed at this man of God who wanted to touch hearts, save souls, and make a difference in the world" — traits not necessarily shared by the man she was currently dating.Long Story Short with Leslie Wilcox features engaging, akamai, one-on-one conversations with some of the most intriguing people in Hawai‘i. [CHUCKLE] So now, we gotta go back and beat them back. Hugging is my way of—obviously, they try to shake hands. Nick Vujicic is a motivational speaker as well as a best-selling author, a Christian Evangelist, and the leader of a nonprofit organization, Life Without Limbs. He did actually call you out of your wheelchair; right? You know, he said, You gotta get out of your wheelchair. [CHUCKLE] So, I go to I go to the field, and I said, Go on your knees. And you know, I wrestled with my brother and my sister, and I got a mean chin. Went up to him a second time, like walking up, and pushed me down again. Leslie brings out personal stories revealing experiences and values molding the people who shape our community. [CHUCKLE] And you know, then people around them start, you know, laughing. I was the Guinness Book of World Records holder for hugs in an hour; one thousand seven hundred and forty-one hugs in an hour. I say, Don’t worry, I don’t shake hands, just give me a hug. Despite the many challenges this created for him growing up, he was able to overcome them all, and credits is family’s love, his faith in God, and his positive attitude for his success. Long Story Short with Leslie Wilcox is Hawaii’s first weekly television program produced and broadcast in high definition. He’s been an inspiration to audiences around the world, encouraging people to overcome obstacles and follow their dreams. When you were born in Australia, did your parents know that you’d be born without limbs? I think you were one of the first crop of young people to be mainstreamed through schools, and there, you encountered bullying. I can, boom, get into their wrist, right to their bone, and you know, felt like I got that move.