Buzz Following Your Dreams With A Disability 6 months ago Prev Article Next Article FacebookTwitterredditPinterest “People with disabilities, we have to believe in ourselves way more than anybody else.” Check out more awesome videos at BuzzFeedVideo! https://bit.ly/YTbuzzfeedvideo https://bit.ly/YTbuzzfeedblue… source FacebookTwitterredditPinterest Prev Article Next Article Related Posts Shower Sex • Debatable March 28, 2016 They divorced when he realized he was gay. See how they're raising their kids together. September 27, 2016 Can You Name The White Guy Running For President? June 19, 2016 Glass cars, sentient spoons, and an inventor who's challenging our idea of normal. January 14, 2016 The Grossest “Would You Rather” Game Ever July 15, 2016 Can You Watch This Without Smiling? September 11, 2016 18 Comments Fiona M February 27, 2018 My whole life’s dream was to be a special agent for the FBI. Then I got sick and I suffer from multiple chronic illnesses including dysautonomia and fibromyalgia. I can’t do any physical activity. It’s hard when you dream becomes impossible. I have to give up on my dreams because they are physically impossible. Not all disabled people can achieve their dreams. Nolan Satak February 27, 2018 Her voice wasnt synced with the video and hella edited, wish it was an actual performance instead of enhanced version. Not saying she inst good but id like it if they did it better than this.. Other than that great vid. KittyDragon 067 February 27, 2018 tbh i have both EDS and PCD Basicly EDS causes pain within the joints and make them dislocate easily making moving painful normally and PCD is a rare condision effects the cillia in the body to not work correctly and mainly causing lung problems and normally only spotted when it's to late to save the lungs… tbh i'm wanting to become a singer as well and a artist owo (sorry for any typos .-.) Patrick Henke February 27, 2018 her voice is so amazing Glori Snow February 27, 2018 There's a girl in a wheelchair in my choir and I love her so much! She's so confident about it and she has combined her disability with her job by reviewing hotels on their service for disabled people. I'm just so happy whenever I see someone loving themselves, no matter what they look like or what condition they might be in. Delia Telouw February 27, 2018 WOW Charlize Amos February 27, 2018 You are an inspiration. Amanda Messina February 27, 2018 She sings like an angel ❤❤ Sophia Paré February 27, 2018 You are so beautiful,powerful continue being like that xox Sophia Paré February 27, 2018 Comment if you dislike the video Lego Flash February 27, 2018 such a beautiful voice Lisa Stute February 27, 2018 True talent! We love you, Marna!!! Shining Star February 27, 2018 Don't listen to mean people. You will go somewere with your singing Waverly Alonso February 27, 2018 I have a serious question. Why has buzzfeed barely scrapped into the top fine layer of the disabled community? There’s hardly anything on the community. A lot of people tell us we don’t matter and our rights as the disabled community aren’t important. There is so much that goes into the disabled community, the struggles, the achievements, discrimination, the heartbreak and the acceptance. Icespark1298 February 27, 2018 I sorta just had this video in the background while reading g but when she started singing, I just… stopped…. I started crying, that is so beautiful <3 Haley Faragalli February 27, 2018 You are so inspiring taylor smith February 27, 2018 I went to high school with this beautiful soul! She is kind, and genuine, and probably one of the funniest people I have met. She gives her whole heart in what she does. No matter what people are commenting (behind their keyboards like the cowards they are) she will go places and do amazing things. She also has a YouTube channel here called Marnawheels!! Check it out!! Bambi February 27, 2018 I'm so disgusted that someone would tell her that her wheelchair is an eyesore. I'm not gonna pretend that people don't notice when people are in wheelchairs, but I don't know how else to phrase it other than who even notices wheelchairs? Like you acknowledge it's there, but then you just kinda forget about it because you're focussing on the person sat in it, right?