Navin Gulia’s Mission Accomplished

In Audacious People by Navin Gulia0 Comments

Mission ‘Marsimik La’ – the highest vehicle mountain pass in the world. At 18,632 feet, it is 1,232 feet higher than the base camp of Everest, which is 17,400 feet. It is at a distance of nearly 1200 kms from New Delhi, the Indian capital. To reach it you have …

You Don’t Look Blind

In Audacious People by Laura Gillson0 Comments

Nearly everywhere I go I am forced to contend with the result of widely-held beliefs about blindness. Often, I am required to explain or justify my actions or motives. Whether I am deflecting another’s idle curiosity, overbearing control, resentment or simple ignorance, I am frequently amazed by how little is …

Living with Rheumatoid Arthritis

In Audacious People by Phyllis Jennings0 Comments

First let me introduce myself. My name is Phyllis Jennings. I live in Princeton, West Virginia. I just turned 50 in May of this year. I am married and have one daughter. I am one of 5 children (3 girls and 2 boys) and the only one that has rheumatoid …

Journey To Cambodia

In Audacious People by Anthony Karen0 Comments

Anthony Karen is a freelance photojournalist. He recently contacted Audacity Magazine and offered to share the pictures in his journey to other countries. We are very grateful for this opportunity to give you some very emotional pictures of people with disabilities in a 3rd world country like Cambodia. I asked …

Goodbye Mattie

In Audacious People, Reaching A Higher Level by Dave Madsen0 Comments

Muscular Dystrophy claimed another life before it even really began. Mattie Stepanek a best selling author and champion for people with Muscular Dystrophy was set free of his earthly bonds yesterday at the tender age of thirteen. Mattie suffered from a rare form of the disease known as mitochondrial myopathy …