19 Imágenes que demuestran que el espíritu humano es capaz de hacer milagros

En la vida no todo es tan sencillo y a todos nos esperan ciertas pruebas. Algunos saben disfrutar de ellas, mientras que otros terminan en tales situaciones sin querer. Pero en cualquier caso, lo que nos ayuda a vencer las circunstancias son la fuerza de voluntad y la constancia, sin las que es tan fácil desesperarse e ir con la corriente.

Seleccionamos para ti 19 fotos de personas que lograron vencer su miedo y se volvieron más fuertes. ¡Inspírate!

Participante de una competencia de motocross

Este hombre intenta caminar por un alambre a una altura de 500 metros en Castle Valley

Una chica enferma de cáncer lucha contra su enfermedad con ayuda del alpinismo extremo

If looks could kill ?

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Este hombre terminó su viaje de 49 días para cruzar el atlántico. Durante todo ese tiempo estuvo solo en su barco y pasaba 16 horas al día manejando su bote: logró imponer un récord mundial

Tener una fuente de agua propia era un sueño de la montañosa área de Guizhou. Gracias a la persistencia de esta persona, el sueño se hizo realidad. Le ayudaron habitantes del pueblo y en 36 años juntos lograron excavar un canal de riego de 9400 metros

El indomable espíritu de esta persona le ayudó a sobrevivir a años de cursos de capacitación nocturnos y trabajo de tiempo completo para poder mantener a su familia. Hoy por fin terminó la escuela.

Meses de entrenamientos y una voluntad de acero ayudaron a esta ex bailarina no solo a recuperar su movilidad y no usar un bastón después de la amputación, sino también a volver a bailar

Happy #nationaldanceday #commonwealthclassicchampionships

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I did it!!!

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Alpinistas descansando en el monte El Capitán

Fotógrafo se arriesga, tomándole una foto a una cobra rallada muy venenosa

Photo by @mattiasklumofficial for @natgeo Deadly encounter… Not really… People frequently explain to me that I have a dangerous job. Working close to elephants, tigers, polar bears, leopards, lions, sharks, illegal logging operations and venomous snakes such as this beauty. In my line of work doing serious research and reading nature well is key! It'll get my closer to my subjects and it has so far kept me alive! During a @natgeo assignment in the republic of Congo I managed, with kind assistance from Samuel, (my camera assistant at the time) and Zoltan (a great herpethologist), to close in on this beautiful and highly venomous banded water cobra! It resulted in a series of unique images of this rarely seen species. Go to @mattiasklumofficial if you want see some "result-pictures". Photo by #samuelsvensäter/Tirragrande Productions #grateful #teamwork #determination #respectnatur #watercobra #congo #cobra #snake #conservation #rainforest #respect #photooftheday #protectbiodiversity #bestjobintheworld #instagood @irisalexandrov @mattiasklumcollection @thephotosociety @natgeo

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Un buzo con un tiburón tigre en el área de las islas Bahamas

Photo by @BrianSkerry. A massive Tiger Shark goes nose to nose with a diver on the sand flats of the northern Bahamas. Though these sharks have often been portrayed as monsters, in reality, they are complex and valuable predators that operate to maintain a stable ecosystem. This region of the Bahamas has been identified as a place where many pregnant female tiger sharks spend time, and it is believed that the shallow, warm water helps with gestation. Sharks play a vital role in the health of oceanic habitats as the removal of these predators would contribute to the collapse – like a house of cards – of the whole ecosystem. Despite this fact, more than 100 million sharks are killed each year, primarily for their fins (which are used in shark fin soup). In the last sixty years, we have lost a majority of shark populations thereby decreasing the health of our oceans. To learn more about these amazing creatures, and to see more underwater photography, follow me on Instagram, @BrianSkerry. @thephotosociety @natgeocreative #tiger #shark #tigershark #bahamas #diver #underwater #photography #scuba #photo #tropical #bahamas #caribbean #natgeo #onassignment #photooftheday

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Bailarina se recupera después de su lesión

Alpinistas escalando uno de los glaciares del Everest que pueden derrumbarse en cualquier minuto

Photo by @renan_ozturk @khumbuclimbingcenter // Oxygen tanks, heavy loads, and precarious steps on Everest. Three years ago today, the day after this picture was taken, a 30-million-pound block of ice collapsed above the treacherous icefall on the standard climbing route. It killed 16 Nepalese high-altitude workers. ~ This is what it looks like for a lot of these workers inside the the Khumbu icefall. While most Westerners only go through the icefall a few times a season, these guys do countless rotations up and down to stock the upper camps. The icefall, a necessary hazard of climbing the south side of Everest, is a maze of giant ice towers and crevasses that can, and do, collapse without warning. These rickety ladders must be continuously re-jiggered throughout the season. In base camp after the avalanche tragedy, we saw the size of the loads some of the Sherpas were carrying that day. They were so huge it made it near impossible to run away from the falling ice blocks. These are the hazards that everyone faces though—Sherpas, Western guides, and climbers together. ~ I was there as part of a film project to document the Sherpas perspective on Everest over the years—this was the breaking point for the high-altitude workforce and a chance to portray the state of affairs and lack of government support. This accident did not slow down the international desire to stand on top of the world. But it did shift the way in which these workers are compensated and insured. The season was canceled, and it became clear to the world that to summit Everest requires the support of these Nepalese people. ~ #russianrulette #dangerousjobs #NepaliLoveYou #SherpaFilm #HeroesOfTheHimalya @conrad_anker @jenniloweanker

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Una mamá con un niño pequeño en la espalda trabajando en un campo de arroz en Vietnam

En la infancia esta chica tenía parálisis cerebral y los doctores creían que no sobreviviría. Pero gracias al deporte y la fuerza de voluntad logró vencer su enfermedad

People doubted me but I kept fighting… I proved everyone wrong and became my own hero ??

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