At the age of five, Glenn Cunninghan (1909-1988) suffered serious burns to the legs, and the doctors had no hopes for his recovery. They all felt that he was condemned to spend the rest of his life in a wheelchair.

Glenn Cunningham paid no attention to the doctors and got out of bed the following week.

“The doctors saw my legs but they did not see my heart. Now I’m going to run faster than anyone.”

In 1934 he beat the 1500-meter world record with the time of 4 minutes and 6.20 seconds. He was paid homage in Madison Square Garden as Athlete of the Century.

-From Warrier of the Light newsletter by Paulo Coelho

If you have hope, you have everything. Remember what HOPE stands for…

Hold On Possibilities Exist

Well, it’s official – my new book, Game. Set. Life. – Peak Performance for Sports and Life is now available on Search in books under “Game Set Life” or “Edward Tseng.”

But wait!!! Don’t buy it yet. Do me a favor and wait until this Thursday, September 11th and go online to purchase it at 8:08pm. This way I have a chance to be one of the top sellers. Tell all your friends! Part of the proceeds will go towards Tuesday’s Children, helping children who lost a parent in 9/11. I’m a mentor for a great young man named Amish.

Thanks for reading.

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