The 82 Year Old Skydiver. MotivationGrid. An inspiring motivational video featuring motivational speech from Les Brown, Eric Thomas, Inky Johnson, Nick Vujicic, T.D.
Jakes, John Burke.The goal of the videois to inspire people to follow their dreams and if you like it please pay it forward and share the inspiration with your friends and family. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------For more motivational videos don't forget to subscribe: Visit my website: Or you can also follow me on:Facebook: Plus: Really Slow Motion - Awaken HeartsReally Slow Motion - Legendary ------------------------------------------------------------------Speakers:Les Brown, Eric Thomas, Sugar Ray Leonard, Nick Vujicic, Al Pacino, Sylvester Stallone, Matt Damon and Ray Lewis.
Copyright Information: I made this video with the intention to help others in a motivational/inspirational form. Lastly these videos are to educate people in an entertaining fashion. Check out my other videos: Show less. They Hang Absolutely Still. Now Watch When They Move Their Arms, AMAZING! The 2014 Nanjing Youth Olympic trailer featured 500 people dancing in the sky in one of the most beautiful and mesmerizing performances I’ve seen to date.
Dancers – better described as acrobats – move through the air in perfect time with the music. Flawlessly hued lights shift over their bodies, tricking our eye, at times, into believing their limbs are made of rubber. The 1:56 mark is my absolute favorite, which can only be described as a 500-person Christmas tree floating in the air. Or is it a pyramid? Whatever it is, it’s absolutely breathtaking. After watching this, I’m convinced that no combination of special effects could recreate what happens when dancers come together and use their strength and talent to create art in motion. Make sure to watch this routine in full, because it’s simply incredible! Please SHARE these beautiful dancers with all of your friends if you found yourself as mesmerized as I am! Bicho de Pé. Mom is a Damn Maniac on the Drums plays wipe out fantastic drummer. Contact Juggling - His Skills are Totally Hypnotizing. Manifold Destiny.
On the evening of June 20th, several hundred physicists, including a Nobel laureate, assembled in an auditorium at the Friendship Hotel in Beijing for a lecture by the Chinese mathematician Shing-Tung Yau.
In the late nineteen-seventies, when Yau was in his twenties, he had made a series of breakthroughs that helped launch the string-theory revolution in physics and earned him, in addition to a Fields Medal—the most coveted award in mathematics—a reputation in both disciplines as a thinker of unrivalled technical power. Yau had since become a professor of mathematics at Harvard and the director of mathematics institutes in Beijing and Hong Kong, dividing his time between the United States and China. His lecture at the Friendship Hotel was part of an international conference on string theory, which he had organized with the support of the Chinese government, in part to promote the country’s recent advances in theoretical physics.
Grigory Perelman is indeed reclusive. E. Portraits of Happy Centenarians by Karsten Thormaehlen. “Happy at One Hundred”, a nice series of portraits of centenarians by the German photographer Karsten Thormaehlen… Karsten Thormaehlen “Happy at One Hundred“, une superbe série de portraits de centenaires réalisée par le photographe allemand Karsten Thormaehlen… Never, Ever Give Up. Arthur's Inspirational Transformation! 9-Year-Old Girl Builds Shelters For The Homeless And Grows Food For Them, Too. Though Hailey Fort is only 9 years old, she has already done more to help the homeless and needy than many of us have.
This young girl spends her free time building mobile shelters for the homeless, and even grows food and provides toiletries for them, too! When Fort was 5 years old, she asked her mother, Miranda, about helping a homeless man she saw in Bremerton, Washington, where she lives. Her mother said yes, and now they work together to help the needy. The man she helped, Edward, has become her friend. She builds the shelters, “so then you don’t get rained on and you feel safe and stay dry.” This year, Fort’s goal is to grow 250lbs (113kg) of food, build 12 shelters, and delivers thousands of toiletries and hygienic items. AcroYoga at 11,000ft (Wanderlust)
iPad Helps 99-Year-Old Woman Rediscover Writing. Eva's escaping. French photographer Julie de Waroquier began taking pictures in 2008, when she discovered her true passion for the art form.
There's an ethereal quality to the 22-year-old digital photographer's work. It's light and airy with a hint of surrealism that doesn't hit you all at once. Like in a dream, it feels like everything is exactly as it's supposed to be, despite the clearly unusual flock of birds flying overhead, indoors, and the tiny train set chugging along in the woods. The self-taught photographer often realizes her stories by serving as the subject within the frame, in addition to her responsibilities as the creative mind behind the scenes. eVa's dragonfly. `▲´ From Brazil: Jotta sings. More Jotta. SpaceCollective.