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20 Crazy Things You Have To Do in Life Before You Die



20 Crazy Things You Have To Do in Life Before You Die

Life is the most beautiful gift that you have earned. However, you don’t know how long you will have this gift, until it is over. Here is a list of 20 crazy things that you must do in your life, before it ends. These crazy things would give you the opportunity to enjoy your life to the maximum.

1. Volcano boarding – Volcano boarding is pretty much similar to sand boarding. However, you will be doing it while you are on top of a live volcano.

Volcano boarding

2. Extreme ironing – This is one of the recently introduced extreme sports into the world. When you take part in this sport, you will have to iron your clothes while you are engaged with different ridiculous situations.

Extreme ironing

3. Blindfold sightseeing – This activity not comes at a cheaper price tag, but most of the people prefer to take part in it.

Blindfold sightseeing

4. Shark cage diving – In here, you will have to dive inside a cage. However, you will be surrounded by sharks from all directions.

Shark cage diving

5. Skydiving – Skydiving would not seem like a crazy activity for some, but it can make you pump up adrenaline.


6. Heli Skiing – Heli Skiing can make you feel like it’s the last day of your life.

Heli Skiing

7. Soldier for a Day – You can also think about becoming a soldier for day and going to the battlefront. This would give you the opportunity to drive a tank as well.

Soldier for a Day

8. Waterfall kayaking – You will be able to take kayaking into a whole new level with waterfall kayaking.

Waterfall kayaking

9. Get into a jet pack flight – This adventure would make you feel like you are the iron man.

10. Go on a fighter jet – A ride in a fighter jet can deliver all the fun and excitement of a battlefield to you.

fighter jet

11. Zorbing – With Zorbing, you will be able to roll down from the top of a hill within a massive ball.

Zorbing – With Zorbing

12. Underwater Golf – You can also think about taking part in a golf match under water.

13. Go To Space – You can try hard and win yourself the opportunity to go to space. You would absolutely love that experience.

Go To Space

14. Enjoy Weightlessness – You don’t need to get into outer space in order to enjoy weightlessness.


15. Go to every continent – Since it is practically impossible to visit every country, you can think about visiting every continent.

16. Try to kill two birds with one stone – Just see whether you can ever do it.

17. Shake your hands with the President – Try whether you can be lucky enough to shake hands with the President.

18. Break a record – You can think innovatively and break a world record.

Break a record

19. Start a slow clap – After starting the slow clap, see whether other people would continue it.

20. Float in the Dead Sea – You can actually float in the sea and you just need to go on a tour to the Dead Sea.

Float in the Dead Sea

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Top 20 Inspirational Movies Based on True Stories



Top 20 Inspirational Movies Based on True Stories

If you feel like you lack purpose and need a little something to inspire you then check out our Top 20 list of Inspirational Movies. Every one of these motivational gems tells a true story from real life, or at the very least are based on fact or true life incidents.

From heartbreaking to heartwarming, harrowing to uplifting, here are 20 tales to get you up off your backside and back in the game. Carpe diem!

20. The Ron Clark Story (2006)

The Ron Clark Story (2006)

Based on the true story of educator Ron Clark, the film tells the inspirational tale of an idealistic educator who abandons his comfortable, small-town job to teach troubled kids in a tough New York City school.

19. 42 (2013)

42 (2013)

This gripping sports drama retells the true tale of how legendary manager of the Brooklyn Dodgers, Branch Rickley, signed Jackie Robinson as the first Afro- American to play in Major League Baseball and shows the bitter racism the pair faced by defying the notorious color barrier, which existed at the time.

18. We are Marshall (2006)

We are Marshall (2006)

In 1970, 75 players, staff and boosters from Marshall University died in a tragic plane crash. This heart rendering drama tells how the new coach (played by Matthew McConaughey) arrives just one year later to rebuild the school’s football program and in the process, helps to heal the grieving community.

17. Mr. Holland’s Opus (1995)

Mr. Holland's Opus (1995)

This uplifting movie offers a poignant insight into the impact teachers can have on their pupils, both in and out of the classroom. Richard Dreyfuss plays an aspiring music composer who takes a job as a high school teacher to pay the bills. 30-years later he realizes that teaching, not music, is his true calling.

16. The Walk (2015)

The Walk (2015)

On August 7, 1974, Phillipe Petite fulfilled his lifetime ambition of walking on a tightrope attached to the twin towers of the World Trade Center. The film is a breathtaking account of Petite’s illegal feat and captures the unshakeable loyalty of the ragtag team of friends and family who helped him achieve what most people thought was thoroughly impossible.

15. Soul Surfer (2011)

Soul Surfer (2011)

A rising star in the world of surfing, teenager Bethany Hamilton’s ambitions seem utterly destroyed when she becomes the victim of a brutal shark attack. Soul Surfer tells the true story of how the love of Bethany’s family encouraged her to go on to win several surfing championships.

14. Anne Frank: The Whole Story (2001)

Anne Frank The Whole Story (2001)

German-Jewish Anne Frank and her family are forced to hide from the Nazis in an attic of an Amsterdam office building to escape the Holocaust. For more than two years they remain unnoticed, until one day they are discovered and transported to a concentration camp.

13. I’m Not Ashamed (2016)

I’m Not Ashamed (2016)

A heartwarming biographical drama based on the journals of Rachel Joy Scott, the first victim of the shootings at Columbine High School. The film intertwines the fateful true story of the two gunmen and the girl who grew up knowing the love of her religious faith but who was not always ready to receive it.

12. Homeless to Harvard: The Liz Murray Story (2003)

Homeless to Harvard The Liz Murray Story (2003)

Liz Murray rose from the mean streets of New York to graduate from the prestigious Ivy League University and went on to become a renowned international speaker. This truth-based movie shows the atrocious conditions Murray grew up in, and how she escaped the dysfunctional love of her drug addict parents.

11. The Diving Bell and the Butterfly (2007)

The Diving Bell and the Butterfly (2007)

This inspiring movie retells the memoir of famous Jean-Dominique Bauby, the journalist who after experiencing a massive stroke, went on to become editor-in-chief of the world famous lifestyle magazine, Elle, despite suffering from ‘locked-in’ syndrome.

10. Won’t Back Down (2012)

Won't Back Down (2012)

Based on real-life events, Won’t Back Down is the story of two mothers, one a teacher, who unite to fight a dysfunctional school system. Their unconventional methods may not be to everyone’s liking, but we can all get behind their motives and admire the levels of guts and determination involved.

9. October Sky (1999)

October Sky (1999)

Coalwood, West Virginia, is not a well-known town where boys would grow up eventually to be coal miners. And Homer Hickam is no different. But then one day a Soviet Sputnik satellite flies over the town and inspires Homer to build a rocket ship. Based on the memoir of Homer Hickam, author, Vietnam veteran, and former engineer at NASA, this movie is a must watch.

8. Mandella: The Long Walk to Freedom (2013)

Mandella The Long Walk to Freedom (2013)

The movie depicts the remarkable life of the South African icon, from herd boy in a tiny rural village to freedom fighter, and eventually to the first black president of his country. The movie shows Mandella’s epic struggle against apartheid and how he went on to found the African National Congress Youth. True history told at its best.

7. A Beautiful Mind (2001)

A Beautiful Mind (2001)

A very human drama based on the real life of a brilliant but arrogant mathematician, John Forbes Nash Jr. The movie tells of Nash Jr’s fall from academic stardom to the dark, devastating depths of severe mental illness, and how he fought back to regain a semblance of normality.

6. Front of the Class (2008)

Front of the Class (2008)

This biographical study depicts how Tourette Syndrome sufferer, Brad Cohen, was ridiculed and beaten as a child but overcame his condition to go on to win Georgia’s First Class Teacher of the Year Award.

5. The Great Debaters (2007)

The Great Debaters (2007)

A true-life drama set in 1935 Texas. Melvin B. Tolson is a teacher at Wiley College who inspires his pupils to set up their school’s first debating team and go on to challenge Harvard in the national debating championship.

4. Florence Nightingale (1985)

Florence Nightingale (1985)

The actual historical account of how aristocrat daughter Florence Nightingale defies her family’s wishes and challenges Victorian norms by volunteering to serve as a nurse in the Crimean War. Not just an inspiration for potential nurses everywhere, Nightingale was a fierce pro-feminist that fought selflessly to usher in the age of modern nursing.

3. Hotel Rwanda (2004)

Hotel Rwanda (2004)

The nail-biting account of Paul Rusesabagina, the Hutu hotel manager that risked his life in protecting Tutsi refugees during the Rwandan genocide by allowing them to hide in his hotel after the departure of UN peacekeeping forces.

2. The Express (2008)

The Express (2008)

Ernie Davis was born into poverty and had to overcome many obstacles before being accepted into the football team at Syracuse University. The movie shows what a brilliant player Davis was, and how he became the first black player to win the celebrated Heisman Trophy.

1. Freedom Writers (2007)

Freedom Writers (2007)

Based on a book, The Freedom Writer’s Diary, by real-life teacher Erin Gruwell, this movie shows how one stubborn teacher can turn around a class of racially divided students and inspire them to get involved in their education and to make their own choices about the future.

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7 Secrets to Achieving Greatness in Your life



7 Secrets to Achieving Greatness in Your life

All the human beings are looking forward to achieve greatness in their lives. It can open up new and exciting opportunities for them. You don’t need to go through a lot of hassle or frustration in order to achieve greatness in your life. Here is a list of few effective tips, which you can keep in mind in order to achieve the greatness that you desire.

Positive thinking

It is extremely important for you to be equipped with a positive mindset in order to achieve greatness in your life. That’s where positive thinking comes into play. If you focus only on positive things, you will be able to get hold of a positive mindset.

Be solution oriented

All of us have to deal with issues in our lives. But if you are a solution oriented individual, you will be able to find answers to the questions that you have in life with minimum hassle. As a result, you will be able to achieve greatness within a short period of time.

Think big

If you can think big, you will be able to achieve bigger. Always keep in mind that only unsuccessful individuals tend to think small. Therefore, you must think big at all possible instances in your life.

Have an ambition

If you don’t have an ambition in your life, you don’t have a clear understanding about where you are heading towards. Therefore, it is extremely important for you to be equipped with an ambition, which can drive you forward.

Have a sense of urgency

It is always a good thing to have a sense of urgency. That’s mainly because time is the most valuable resource that you could have in your life. If you utilize this resource efficiently, you will be able to achieve greatness in your life.

Always focus on results

You must always focus on results in whatever you do. The successful individuals are always satisfied with the pleasing results that they receive. However, unsuccessful individuals would only get satisfied by the pleasing actions.

Be persistent

Last but not least, you must be persistent in whatever you do in your life. This is one of the key characteristics that you can see among successful individuals. In fact, persistence can bring together all the other characteristics of success and greatness into one place.

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