This 12 Year Old Was Abandoned By His Mother, What He Does Will Inspire You

Paula Thomas | October 3rd, 2014

Gabe Adams was born in Brazil without any arms or legs. His biological mother rejected him and abandoned him when he was just a baby.

His story became so popular that it reached news outlets in the United States. That is when the Adams family knew that they had to help. After going through the proper channels, they were able to adopt Gabe and bring him to the US.

From a baby to now a 12 year old boy, Gabe’s story is truly an inspiration. If he can do all that he has done, we have no right to complain about anything in our lives.

Watch the amazing video below:

 

Share this video to remind your friends to be thankful for the things they have and to share Gabe’s inspiring story.

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