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    Courage. It puts you back on your feet. It draws you out of the dark. It sets you right on track. With the right support, you can be sure it’ll never fail.

    Watch the inspiring story of Mun as she overcomes the odds to raise her little sister, Li, and finds the courage to keep their dreams alive.

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Her mission was simple: to see the world. And so she did. She hitchhiked from Stockholm to home through 22 countries over 396 days. She ate people’s leftover fries for survival. She was escorted by soldiers over the Iran-Pakistan border. And she did it all, on her own with only 200USD in her pocket. Some may call her crazy, but to me, Petrina is all courage and unicorn hair. – Alicia, friend to a solo female traveller.
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Submitted by Alicia
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She lost her father to cancer. In some ways, she saw it coming. When she was diagnosed, she refused to undergo any treatment because of how it wore her father out. But I didn’t want her to give up. After much coaxing, she agreed. I remember how terrified and fragile she was braving through every therapy. Despite the fears and doubts, she kept her promise to fight. 6 months and a major surgery later, my mother, May walks free from it. – Kelsey, daughter to a cancer survivor
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Submitted by Kelsey
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My husband, Rickie manages a factory. One evening, he saw something free falling from a tree and into a monsoon drain. If it was me, I would’ve ignored it. But he went in. It was a baby crow, blind, injured and unable to fly. He rescued it. Today, the crow a.k.a Kaka is well and became part of the family; a result of his courage and kindness. – Mimi, wife to a hero
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Submitted by Mimi
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Arul is a runner I met while out on a shoot. He takes people wherever they need to be, whenever he’s needed – which is usually all year round. To him, the best thing about taking people all over the place? He can afford to take his family to places like Bangkok and Jakarta on holidays. But, he never goes for the trips himself. He’s too busy taking other clients around to support his wife and 14-year-old daughter, and making sure they have the adventures he doesn’t have time for. – Chu, friend to a super dad.
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Submitted by Chu
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I met Kanmani Mani in 2014 while we were on our way to attend a concert in Singapore. We're both crazy about music shows and live concerts so at that time, little did I know that she has travelled all the way to US in the previous years to attend the prestigious music award; The Grammys and the American Music Awards in a full expense paid trip, because she had participated in contests and won the grand prize. I always think that attending those music awards live is only a dream. But I will always remember what Kanmani said to me, 'People say you're lucky when you won something but it is not true. You work really hard to win something because you really want it. Before winning the two trips of her lifetime, no one knows how many times she failed.' So being COURAGEOUS here to me is to be determined in achieving the goals in your life no matter what are the circumstances. Kanmani continues to join contests now and her latest achievement was winning a trip to Singapore to attend the F1 race and concert. So Kanmani, I am forever grateful to have met you in the boarding hall. Thank you for being such an inspiration to me. – Lorita.
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Submitted by Lorita
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I am so lucky to have a great lady in my life, she is my wife, Zila. She’s not perfect and yet she is all mines. She has given me her heart, her soul, and her love even when I wasn’t worthy of them. She is my best friend and my strongest support system. she has been a fantastic mom to our kids. We’ve gone through a lot together over a few years. She is irreplaceable in my life and offers a kind of comfort and warmth in my heart that can be taken away. She helps me a lot in our marriage financial, although at first I didn’t allow her to work but she didn’t give up and courage to face the challenge of a working mother. Yes! She did it, she can balance work and family. She did a tough job scope and I think it is very challenging work, every day she needs to repair the machines in the factory, climb everywhere and observe anything. She worked hard and very courageous. Dear my wife, thank you for all the things you make to me about life and our marriage, it helps to make life so much easier despite of all challenges that we have go through.
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Submitted by Chien Chong
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Without a doubt, the bravest soul I know is my mother. She overcame incredible odds, worked while raising us, and made it all look incredibly simple. She taught me the value of investing time in my dreams and goals. She showed me that with hard work, anything can become a reality. Her “positive example” gives me the courage to just go for it.
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Submitted by Joanne
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My beloved mother Mdm Esah bte Abu is the most courageous person in my life. After she lost her elder sister to breast cancer last year and her late brother in law due to pancreatic cancer, she knew that she might be prone to have cancer as well because it runs in the family. Once she was being diagnosed to have breast cancer Stage 1, I was really shocked. She meant everything for me. But she remained calm and underwent all the chemotherapy sessions. She is very positive and confident that she could fight this one out. With all the love, moral support from all her family and friends, she became so brave and determined to survive this ordeal. My dearest mother will be celebrating her 59th Birthday this 10 October, I wanted to tell her that I love her so much and she's a true fighter. Stay strong, Emak...
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Submitted by Aizat
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Courageous for me very subjective. For me my wife has the spirit of a courage person. At first, my wife Azlyna Awang had a very tough task in giving our daughter breast milk through direct feeding. My daughter refused to direct feed instead she enjoys her milk using bottles. Its kind of tiring of my wife since she has to pump all the time to make sure there is stock in our fridge. Being a first timer mother is hard for her....i can see and me being a first time father also cannot be panic. It took three days for my daughter to be comfortable with her mother's nipple. During that time, my daughter will be crying as if she has been beaten, but my dear wife is very patience and not giving up making sure she used to breastfeed through direct feed. My wife even make a promise to God, to fast for two days if she are able to direct feed her daughter. On the third day, my daughter finally drink her mother's milk through direct feed. That was the biggest achivement for her, she even cried and thank to God for making our path easier. After three months being at home and break, my wife have to go back to work. This is a new routine for her as she has to pump accordingly to the schedule. She will bring her magic bag anywhere she goes. Even when we go movies (where we took annual leave and sent our daughter to the nursery!), she will make sure that she will pump before we enter the cinema. At her office, her boss is very supportive and dont questioned her if she is not at her table. It only takes 15 minutes per session. But what really makes me touched is, when one day she come back from a seminar and told me that during the seminar, there is no nursing room and the musolla is quite far and she has no choice but to pump under the stairs. Luckily its the cleaner rest spot and there is a mat under the stairs. She is a fighter, her bravery and courage act flatters me. Our daughter is currently 3 years old and we love her so much!!!
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Submitted by Rudyfasla
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My late grandma was the strongest woman I know! She and my granddad raised 9 children in the small kampung of Slim River during the 40s-50s. After working so hard, it has finally paid off as her children are all independent and doing well on their own now.
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Submitted by Penn
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The most courageous person in my life is my mother, Chan. She insisted of sending me to school although she received strong objections from my dad's family. Currently aged at 84, she is still fit to alter and mend clothes and sew blankets for her great grandchildren. During Chinese New Year or other festival, she is still able to slaughter chicken reared behind the house and harvest vegetables planted behind the house. Recently, I just travelled to China with her and she is still in a pink of health. I hope I can be as courageous as her when I reach her age.
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Submitted by Emily
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Sharing this story by my friend's girlfriend: Those first few months of teaching, I'd never seen him more exhausted. It takes teachers time and experience to formalise lesson plans and become comfortable, what more a young graduate. When he first broke the news about his posting to a rural school, I was actually nervous for him. He often worked late into the evenings, thinking of new ways to engage his students. He would spend many hours painting and making props for his activities. He wanted the students to learn, but more than that, he wanted them to treasure education in the same way he did. He would often talk to me about his students and recount the 'little victories' that made him smile for days. Like the boy who unexpectedly gave him a 20-cents ice pop after a run, or how much their essays have improved, or this girl who barely passed her English exams would soon attend college. He would send me photos of him dressing up as Abang Burger, Michael Jackson and Sir Black Beard the Pirate. It takes courage to go through all that just for the smiles and laughter of his kids. Above all, he cared for them. Sir Wong, I've never told you this before, but I'm really proud that you've left a mark in all the kids' hearts.
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Submitted by Luke
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My mother is the most courageous person in my life. She sacrificed most of her life to raise us up. She left her family at early 20 to marry my father. She worked more than 12 hours during the day as a hawker. At night, she helped to look after my grandmother’s coffee shop. At the same time, she ensured me and my sibling were on track with our studies. She tried her best to provide us with life’s necessities. Until today, she still wakes up early in the morning to ensure all family members are well prepared for work. I remember her sacrifices whenever I hear the song “You Raised Me Up” by Josh Groban. I hope to share her inspirational story and legacy with everyone.
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Submitted by Jack
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Segalanya bermula pada tarikh 30 april 2016. Saya dan isteri pergi ke klinik pakar mata utk dapatkan rawatan kerana secara tiba2 penglihatan isteri saya Hafizah Mavi tergangggu. Beliau berumur 36 tahun. Doc mata telah mengesyaki sesuatu, namun doctor hanya menyarankan buat lawatan susulan di hospital. Setelah darah dari tulang sumsum diambil. Kami menunggu dengan penuh harapan agar semuanya kembalo seperti sediakala. Namun, apabila keputusan diterima. Isteri saya menghidap Kanser Lymphoma stage 4. Sejenis kanser darah. Kami mempunyai seorg cahaya mata berumur 6 tahun. Segalanya tiba2 menjadi gelap dlm kehidupan harian. Namun dengan kuasa tuhan dan kegigihan Doctor, isteri telah berjaya harungi 6 sesi kemoterapi. Beliau sungguh cekal dan kuat semangat utk meneruskan rawatan tanpa berlengah lagi.. Bil rawatan telah pun mencecah RM 96,000.00. Kini isteri saya sihat seperti sediakala dan kami menjalani kehidupan dengan lebih bermakna. #hidupperluditeruskan
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Submitted by Epain
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I have two beautiful, healthy children aged 4 & 6 and this would not be possible if not for my courageous wife, E-Laine Ong. This is because she had to go through quite a bit of challenge in providing me a son and daughter and for this, I am forever indebted to her. She has a condition called adenomyosis and according to the doctor, the success rate of bearing a child is close to the impossible. With the help of a doctor’s advice, she managed to conceive and we were obviously elated, but we lost our child at week 24. It was absolutely devastating to say the least and this episode took a severe emotional toll on her. We had talked about it about her condition and even contemplated on giving up and adopting a child, but she decided that she would give it one more try despite the overwhelming odds against her. With the help of faith and modern medical technology (she had have a daily injection to keep her womb stable/administered by herself alone and even an operation), she managed to bear a son and two years later, a daughter. She is indeed my super-wife, superhero and superwoman!
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Submitted by Yau Kim
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My grand mother Loo Moy Yin. When she was just a small girl her family gave her away to another family. Who promised to raise her well. Instead she was treated as just a helper in the house. She was not given any education like the other 7 children in the house she lived in. Instead she helped with the chores and helped her adopted mother carry 2 giant tongs of gasoline on her bike to the border of Kedah every morning. Also make kuih every morning to be sold at the border of Kedah. When world war 2 plagued the world, and japan invaded Malaysia. Her whole family had to run into the mountains for hiding. Her adopted father was too ill to travel up the mountains. And so she was gives the tedious and dangerous task of traveling down the mountain to take care of her adopted father. One night while she was caring for her father , she heard the Japanese enter her house, quickly she hid under her father's wooden bed which is completely covered. The Japanese soldiers walked in and did not harm her father but suspected someone was hiding in the bed. For convenience sake they stabbed the mattress nearly stabbing my grandmother. She survived and continued to care for her adopted father and the entire family. She lived a hard life, but after ww2 , she met a man and got married. the man however only took care of himself. she had 7 children. With no education and only determination she worked as much as she could washing dishes , and doing other chores for others while raising 7 children alone.e Ven though she lead a hard life, and money was hard to come by she worked hard to make sure all 7 of them had an education. She brought them up teaching them to be hardworking and to save money for rainy days. When she was 50 she realized she had cancer, she had surgery which resulted in her face being deformed. Some days she would look in the mirror and feel like she is ugly. But to me she is perfect and beautiful just the way she is. Even though her image bothered her she never let it get in the way of the most important things in life to her. Her family. It's been almost 90 years now and she her 7 children are successful in their lives. One of them includes my mother. Who teach me the same principles in life. She is incredibly brave, selfless and relentless in her pursuit for a better life for her family. Her whole life was dedicated to others . And now I would just love to dedicate this to the bravest woman I know. My grandmother.
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Submitted by Ariel
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I am so lucky to have a great lady in my life, she is my wife, Zila. She’s not perfect and yet she is all mines. She has given me her heart, her soul, and her love even when I wasn’t worthy of them. She is my best friend and my strongest support system. she has been a fantastic mom to our kids. We’ve gone through a lot together over a few years. She is irreplaceable in my life and offers a kind of comfort and warmth in my heart that can be taken away. She helps me a lot in our marriage financial, although at first I didn’t allow her to work but she didn’t give up and courage to face the challenge of a working mother. Yes! She did it, she can balance work and family. She did a tough job scope and I think it is very challenging work, every day she needs to repair the machines in the factory, climb everywhere and observe anything. She worked hard and very courageous. Dear my wife, thank you for all the things you make to me about life and our marriage, it helps to make life so much easier despite of all challenges that we have go through.
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Submitted by Szan
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My mother, Emily is courageous because of her shear determination in providing her family the best in the world. The 1997 Asian financial crisis was a huge blow towards my family. My father was retrenched by his company at the age of 47 although his career was escalating. With my sisters and I were still studying in primary school, my mother became the sole breadwinner of the family. My father restarted his career at a smaller company to reduce the burden of his wife. There were times where I showed tantrum in front of her but she had never gave up on me. She called me daily to ensure that I have enough food and rest in my hectic working life. She seldom enforces the cane on us as she felt that caning was not the proper way to educate a child. Fast forward 28 years since I was born, she had never requested any celebrations during special occasions such as her birthday, Mother’s Day and her wedding anniversary. Her sacrifices without hoping for repayment reminded me that relationship between the family is not about expensive gifts but trust and sacrifice each other have to offer.
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Submitted by Robin