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Inspiring Nick Vujicic Something More Video

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Wow, this is a very inspiring song from the very inspiring man himself, Nick Vujicic. Something more is written by Tyrone Wells, produced by John Phelps, video directed by Matt Koppin, and produced by Attitude Is Altitude. This video is about the life testimony of Nick Vujicic.

Nicholas James Vujicic (born on 4 December 1982) is a preacher and motivational speaker – born with Tetra-amelia syndrome, a rare disorder characterized by the absence of all four limbs. He struggled as a child, eventually came to terms with his disability and started his own non-profit organization Life Without Limbs – at age seventeen. Vujicic presents motivational speeches worldwide, on life with a disability, hope, and finding meaning in life. (wikipedia)

Nick Vujicic Something More Music Video“BE HOPE is a call to action! Step out and reach out to people around you. Through action, art, and expression, we have the power to provide hope. BE HOPE for someone else and give your life purpose in the process. Life has a series of victories and pitfalls, but within our own stories, and through our personal testimonies, we can build connections with others, by being a friend in hope.” – Vision of the Something More Campaign 

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