Always believe in yourself!

The very first blog post I read today moved me so much that I decided immediately to reblog it.

So, here’s the true story of a real-life hero, Lt. Col. Rajesh Mehta, as told by Dilip Naidu.

I humbly wish Lt. Col Rajesh Mehta and his family good luck and plenty of happiness. May they continue to inspire us!

Breath of Joy

 I know God will not give me anything I can’t handle.  I just wish that He didn’t trust me so much ~ Mother Teresa

I am sharing a real life story of courage, confidence and determination. A young soldier was severely incapacitated in the Siachen glacier region also known as the world’s highest battle field situated at an average altitude of 18,000 feet above sea level. An account of the incident is given below in the newspaper item:

 

The army provided singular support to Major Rajesh by way of intensive medical care and a suitable employment in the army to rehabilitate him. But despite the physical and mental challenges Rajesh Mehta continued doing his work devotedly and always with a helpful attitude. He is known to be an officer with a smiling demeanor who never says yet finds solutions to problems of soldiers.

 

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5 thoughts on “Always believe in yourself!

  1. Col Rajesh Mehta is a true hero in every sense of the word and an inspiration to everybody who reads this post. Thank you so much for sharing this Pro, made me feel so humble and thankful for the relatively simpler life I lead and for all the great gifts that the Almighty has showered on me so far.

  2. Re-blogging this post is indeed a tribute to this courageous young man and his family. A fine gesture to spread a real-life example of courage and determination.
    Thank you!

  3. My God! He surely is an inspiration. I stay in Delhi and the winters are on. The lowest it gets here is about 2 degree Celsius. That itself is unbearable and imagine Siachen. Our soldiers are indeed a great inspiration. I wish Capt. Mehta many more healthy years and many more laurels to be won. Thanks for sharing this beautiful piece.

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