Nick Vujicic is an Aussie motivational speaker with tetra-amelia syndrome, which is a somehow more awful way of saying that he was born without arms or legs. Nick noticed early on in life that others around him also struggled with a terrible disability: They were born raging assholes. Teased constantly and unable to see a happy future, Nick nearly took his own life at the age of 10, but, realizing the harm it would do to his family, he decided not to go through with it. By the age of 17, he began telling his life story to small groups of people, which ballooned over time, and now he speaks in packed arenas all over the world, delivering his message of hope. Meanwhile, some of you out there reading this have all your limbs, all your faculties, and all you can do is sit on a couch and nitpick movies all day. We're looking at you, CinemaSins (full disclosure: We're CinemaSins).
Vujicic began the Life Without Limbs Organization and tells his story in more than 54 countries around the world. And sure, his motivational speaking is faith-based, which means a bunch of you just said to yourselves, "I'm an atheist, so now it's time to stop reading this and enter a Photoshop contest." To which we say, "You don't have to declare that you're an atheist to yourself all the time. You should understand that inherently without having to state it out loud."