This Inspirational Video Message Made By A Teenager Who Has A Brain Tumor Will Give You A Reason To Live (Video)

Gone through a dozen brain surgeries, still high on life!

This Inspirational Video Message Made By A Teenager Who Has A Brain Tumor Will Give You A Reason To Live (Video)
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Isn't it funny that some people are complaining about their lives, saying that they are done with it and saying that they might just die? I find it funny. But have you ever seen any specially abled person say such things, because my friend it's not about being abled or disabled, it's about your perception and what hopes you have for tomorrow.

Lewis Hine, a 16-year-old teenager from England, has set the bar up high for those who lack inspiration. On his 16th birthday, he released an inspirational video and displayed all the struggles he faced and the hardship he went through. But these stand nowhere between him and his goals.

See the story of this young man and fill that inspirational void in you.

Lewis was born in 2001.

Lewis was born in 2001.

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After 17 months, Lewis was diagnosed with a brain tumor.

After 17 months, Lewis was diagnosed with a brain tumor.
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Lewis has gone through 13 brain surgeries to stay alive.

Lewis has gone through 13 brain surgeries to stay alive.
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He also has hydrocephalus and drug-resistant epilepsy.

He also has hydrocephalus and drug-resistant epilepsy.
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Today, at the age of 16, Lewis says no to depression and yes to a happy life.

Today, at the age of 16, Lewis says no to depression and yes to a happy life.
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According to Lewis his disability was not a challenge for him, but finding new friends was.

According to Lewis his disability was not a challenge for him, but finding new friends was.
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Which inspired him to make a project named, Friend Finder.

Which inspired him to make a project named, Friend Finder.
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This project helps those who lack friends by having events where children between the age of 15-19 can come and interact.

This project helps those who lack friends by having events where children between the age of 15-19 can come and interact.
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The project earned him such a good reputation that he along with his friends were called to meet to the 'Royal Family'.

The project earned him such a good reputation that he along with his friends were called to meet to the 'Royal Family'.
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Now Lewis is living a life of a celebrity just because he never gave up neither on life nor on friendship.

Now Lewis is living a life of a celebrity just because he never gave up neither on life nor on friendship.
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Here's the video by Lewis Hine with a strong message "My illness may define the length of my life but it won't define how I live it".

This guy is a true inspiration, isn't he?