WATCH: One-armed catcher inspires with incredible talent

Without a doubt, this video is one of the best things you will see all day.

Luke Terry, the 14-year old in the above clip, had his right arm amputated when he was 19 months old. Terry is a catcher for Cornersville Middle School in Tennessee, and as you can see above, serves an inspiration for anyone battling adversity. 

An excerpt below from a recent feature in the Battle Creek Enquirer, complete with quotes from his mother Dana Terry, is certain to tug at your heartstrings:

"He teaches himself how to do things and what's best for him," Dana said. "I try to show him the easiest way. Sometimes he'll do it, but sometimes he'll tell me he can do it his way better."

Luke shrugs off the attention. He's not playing the game for someone to say, "Look at him."

"He doesn't look at it as a handicap," Dana said, a tear running down her cheek. "He doesn't think about it.

"I don't look at him any different than the other players. He's just like them."

He's just a teenager who loves baseball.

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