"Elaine Connelly (RN) has been a hero in my book for years. She credits Nikken with saving her life, not once, but twice! Having faced two big health hurdles, she’s learned how to utilize the Nikken products AND the 5 Pillars of Health concepts to impact others. And what’s super cool is that some of these lives impacted don’t even talk or walk uprightly. If you wanna hear some super cool pet stories, then tune in.
And PLEASE be ready to share any of your own or one that you’ve heard through the grapevine. Whether two or four legged, animals are a huge part of our lives and the Nikken products are continuing to improve their lives, sometimes even miraculously."
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Last summer she conquered the tallest mountain in Africa. This week she returned from ascending over 15,000 feet to one of the most popular tourist attractions in Peru. And while in route she carried almost an entire set of dishes on her back to be delivered to a family who has been rescuing young ladies out of the sex-trafficking industry. Why? Because she heard that they only had a few items to cook with. Even with some pretty extreme conditions due to food issues, fatigue, and even vomiting, she made the decision to forge ahead simply because it was the right thing to do.
Playing a piano comes easy to some and yet for this young lady it has been a labor of love. She discovered that chewing gum during the annual recital allows her to overcome extreme anxiety in front of an audience. Especially when she is the final act with one song almost seven minutes in length. Yesterday she got on a plane, by herself, to start the journey to Haiti. While not knowing much about this country, she knows it’s gonna be a struggle to not know exactly what’s happening next. What she does know is that she’s going to be helping young people who share the same beginning as she did... Living life in an orphanage.
|Elaine Connelly with Ruth and Dennis Williams|
Mac Kenna & Emily Rogers are two people who are part of what some describe as the Hero Generation. A group of people between the ages of 15-25 (or thereabouts) who are seeing opportunities to serve and simply taking a step of faith to do something about it.
I truly believe that all of us, regardless of our age, can be part of this Hero Generation. We must first recognize which pillar in our own life needs the most work and then invite others to join us. By making the decision to help ourselves, we’ll impact the world, one life at a time.