Japanese Nurse Plays Violin With A Prosthetic Arm: After Watching The Video, You’ll Rethink Saying “I Can’t Do It.”

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Manami Ito

How can a person say “I can’t do it” after watching this video?

A lot of people blame the bad luck for not being successful at something in their life. According to INC, some of the most common reasons for failure are the following:

The timing of was not correct, our suppliers failed to keep up with the demand they had, our bank pulled the plug on the business, our competitors undercut us, the customer did not understand our offering, the demand for the product just dried up, the quality of the product issues, wrong location, wrong business model, bad luck, and a lot more.

Interestingly, there is no use of the words I, Me or We.

It does not have to be a financial success. It can be about anything else, such as girlfriend, boyfriend, sport, family, work…you just name it.

All of them consist of the words You, Me and We. And, where you search for the error?

After watching this amazing woman, you cannot say that someone else is responsible for your failure, you cannot blame someone else.

Manami Ito is a Paralympic swimmer who plays violin with her prosthetic arm.

“Swim happily without forgetting the original intention.”

Manami lost her right arm in November 2004, in a traffic accident, when she was studying to become a nurse, which actually forced her to abandon her career. However, when she went to a facility to get her artificial arm, she was amazed by people with a disability playing basketball. Since that time, she started swimming and returned to study again to become a nurse.

Now, Manami Ito is a nurse, a violinist, as well as a Paralympic swimmer. She was 4th place in the 100m Breaststroke at the 2008 Beijing Paralympics and 8th place at the 2012 London Paralympics. Also, Manami is the first nurse to have a prosthetic arm in Japan. She shares her violin performances all over the country.

In the popular Facebook video, Manami plays Thread by Miyuki Nakajima. Kazushige Masuda has captured her performance on the 2nd of September, 2018 at the Takarazuka City General Welfare Center in Hyōgo Prefecture, in Japan.

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