Apr 19, 2023
In this week’s episode, we learn the story of Retired Army Sergeant Rick Yarosh. In September 2006, while on patrol in Iraq, Rick’s vehicle hit an IED. The resulting explosion caused Rick to be covered by fuel that was on fire. He suffered second and third-degree burns to 60 % of his body. He lost his nose, ears, fingers and had his right leg amputated below the knee. He had to face his new life without his face. He tells his story of hope and how what happened to him completely changed his life – for the better.
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Have HOPE (Hold on Possibilities Exist). The longer you hold on, the more opportunities exist for people to come into your life to help.
There are things in life that you cannot get through on your own. Accept help from family and friends.
Misfortune happens. Let misfortune go and figure out how you are going to overcome. Change your perspective. Don’t live in a world of negativity.
You have to have the will and strength to get better. You can’t sit around waiting for something to happen. Put yourself in uncomfortable positions. Get out there!
Take risks. It’s okay if doesn’t work out.
Choose to be happy. We all struggle. The struggle can be the
most amazing thing that happens to us. It’s all in your
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