This quick TED talk entry is courtesy of TED.com. When 27-year-old Pete Frates injured his wrist in a baseball game, he got an unexpected diagnosis: it wasnâ€™t a broken bone, it was ALS. Better known as Lou Gehrigâ€™s disease, ALS causes paralysis and deathâ€”there is no cure. And still, Pete saw an opportunity to drive awareness about the disease. In a brave talk, his mom Nancy Frates tells the story of how the family developed the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge and took great pleasure in seeing everyone from Justin Timberlake to Bill Gates take part. If you accepted the challenge, please take the next step: share this talk as you did your challenge video.