- A woman with no arms has been commended on social media after doing everything with her feet and getting it done properly
- The woman identified as Sarah could be seen in a heartwarming video cooking her own food and brushing her own hair
- Sarah, who wouldn't let her disability stop her from working out, also exercised in the heartwarming video that was shared on Instagram
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A woman with no arms has inspired many on social media after doing everything with her feet, including cooking and wearing clothes.
In a video of the woman that was shared on Instagram by @ladbible, she could be seen preparing her own food despite having no arms.
She could also be seen brushing her hair with her feet and putting on her clothes herself.
The woman identified as Sarah also works out and she wouldn't let her disability get in the way of her life.
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Sarah has further proven that there is ability in disability, and her video has received many positive reactions online.
Social media reacts
Many Instagram users soon flooded the comment section of the post to react to Sarah's attitude to life.
"God is amazing."
"She cooks and eats better than I do."
"Great reminder bit of how lucky I am, but how amazing we are as humans. People always say “omg I could NEVER do that!” But you could. We’re all more adaptable then we think. Women like her show us what’s already in us. Huge gratitude for the inspiration."
"God is good. Thank You God."
"She's a better cook with her feet than I am with my hands..."
Woman without arms feeds her 3-year-old daughter
YEN.com.gh previously reported that an armless woman only identified as Yawasi who lives in extreme poverty in Kalape in the Eastern Region of Ghana has received a tricycle to help ameliorate her struggles.
The tricycle which is locally referred to as 'aboboyaa' was handed to her by Semanhyia TV on behalf of the station's kind donors and viewers.
In a clip sighted on the Facebook page of Semanhyia TV, Yawasi expressed immense gratitude to the generous givers who continue to support the station's philanthropic deeds aimed at helping the deprived.