Today's Google Doodle is about Adolphe Sax, the inventor of the Saxaphone and some other musical instrument. We are completely floundered by any difficulty or mishap we face.
Just read the long list of mishaps this person faced.It is from Wikipedia
According to the biography of Adolphe Sax’s biography published on the
city of Dinant’s website, Sax faced many near-death experiences.
Firstly, he fell from a height of three floors, hit his head on a stone
hard and could barely stand. He was considered dead. Secondly, at the
age of three, he drank a bowl full of vitriolized water and later on
swallowed a pin. Thirdly, he burnt himself seriously in a gunpowder
explosion. Fourthly, he fell onto a hot cast iron frying pan, burning
his one side as a result. Fifthly, he escaped from death due to
poisoning and suffocation in his own bedroom, where varnished items were
kept during the night. Sixthly, he was hit on the head by a
cobblestone. Lastly, he fell into a river and was saved by the skin of
his teeth. In short, Sax had a tragic childhood. As per the biography,
his mother once said that “He’s a child condemned to misfortune; he
won’t live”. His neighbors called him “little Sax, the ghost”