A boy from a poorest village in Africa has built a Windmill when he was just 14 years old. His name William Kamkwamba. He built his family an electricity-generating windmill from spare parts, working from rough plans he found in a library book.
Watch this video, you will believe the saying "WORK speaks louder than WORDS".
Do you believe now?
another video from the same guy. " How i harnessed the wind".
Do you believe, he didn't finish his school yet. After he finished his first speech at ted stage, he went back home, and started going to school to finish his schooling.
Now, his life was documented and coming as a book "The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind: Creating Currents of Electricity and Hope ". I think it's already published.
I saw few comments on his video's. But i like this most. It's from Agam Shah.
"Oct 5 2009: Bravo man. Extraordinary courage and determination. Thought! I am 25 and well educated, got masters degree in environmental design, read a lot, seen a lot, heard a lot of energy and green stuff...but if I compare myself to William, i feel i am too small. I don't think i would have thought of making a wind mill or have the confidence that I would make one and it would work.
Amazing man. Lot to learn from you. WORK speaks louder than WORDS. You are an inspiration to me and to all who will see the video.".
Because it well suits me.
Do you want to see that kid? Here he is, with his windmill which will generate 12watts of power.
Thats why, our forefathers said "Necessity is the mother of all inventions".