There is never no hope left

Sometimes, when I'm discouraged, I watch this video. It gives me hope.

Moving Windmills.



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EugenesAxe7 years ago
 An inspiring realization that necessity is the mother of invention is actually true!
My dad was right!

now i don't have an excuse for not having that many tools!
mikeasaurus7 years ago
We're all more alike than we realize.

The spirit of invention, Inspiring.

Dr_David7 years ago
http://www.thedailyshow.com/watch/wed-october-7-2009/william-kamkwamba is a nice interview of William Kamkwamba by Jon Stewart (episode of The Daily Show, 10-7-2009).<br /><br />
wow
bowmaster9 years ago
That is so sweet!!!
Labot20019 years ago
That man is a true genius. You could know every fact in the books, but to me, if you can't use those facts to do something, it ain't worth squat. He used what little he had to make something great with his own hands. God bless him. I hope he finds success in that company of his he plans on doing.
Unbelievable, I'm offically getting up off my ass, figuratively, I think if we all had this kind of drive from our ideas, well... I was already thinking about all this stuff because of the security guard filling in at work, he's like me but older, he's had loads of ideas and makes and fixes little things alot, but he's had these bigger ideas he isn't starting till he retires, it's bit late to be starting, though one of them will be a huge help to arthritic knees, a problem dawning upon me all too soon... I honestly am inspired by someone like this, plan of action is scrabble some money together, I've been planning the skylight for a while now, who says you'll have to be rich to light up clouds...
Wow absolutely amazing! It inspired me! *thinks about building windmill*
Kiteman9 years ago
wow

Puts the rest of to shame, really.
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