Claudio Viera de Oliveira is a man born with head upside down miracle of God’s marvellous creation. Claudio also leads interesting normal life like average Joe. This touching story makes many people marvel and motivated all over the world. This is a sort of story that amazes in the heart one cannot help but actually stop to think about what it would be like to walk a day in that person’s shoes. Well, this is one of those stories. 37-year-old Claudio lives in Monte Santo, Brazil suffers from an extremely rare condition doctors have recently label congenital arthrogryposis. Congenital arthrogryposis is completely debilitating disorder. Claudio was born with his head upside down back of neck completely folded back on itself, with deformed legs not expected to function or have any use of his arms and hands. When his mother, Maria Jose, delivered him in the hospital, doctors told her he had zero chances of surviving, so she should stop feeding him because he was going to die. Miraculously, Claudio did did not die persevered and lives alright.“Claudio is like any other person that’s how raised never tried to fix him and wanted him to do the normal things like everyone. That’s why he is so confident. He is not ashamed of walking around in the street he sings and he dances,” his mother explained. Despite facing these impossible odds, he went to complete a graduate program at State University of Feira de Santana to work as accountant so inspires others as public speaker. To type, he holds a pen in his mouth, and uses his lips to function a telephone or computer mouse. “Since a child always liked to keep himself busy and work, not depend totally on other people. Does a bit of accounting, research for clients and consulting,” he learnt to turn on TV, pick up cell phone, turn on the radio, use internet computer to do it all by himself. Able to familiarize himself with his body to survive in the world so sees himself a normal person! He does not see things upside-down. This is one of the things he always talks about in interventions as public speaker. Now easier to deal with public, lives unafraid and a professional international public speaker so receiving invitations from all over the world. His story features on TLC’s Body Bizarre TV. Another similar story is one Mahendra Ahirwar, 12 from Madhya Pradesh in central India, suffers from rare condition his head hangs at a 180-degree angle. So this means Mahendra’s neck constantly bent and restricted to a sitting position, unable to stand or walk, because of his weak backbone. The young boy can just about crawl, but needs help when eating and for his personal care needs provided by his supportive family. His parents, Mukesh Ahirwar 40, Sumitra Ahirwar 35, work as labourers to no avail contacted more than 50 doctors across the country but not able to diagnose son’s condition.