Life with a degenerative disease that sends you on a downward
spiral must be a miserable existence. How could it not be?
In this short and powerful book, one man’s journey from healthy
child to profoundly disabled adult demonstrates that this need
not necessarily be the case.
In sharing Fraser’s story, the authors invite you to take a step
back and consider why we do what we do in life. His stories and
insights will have you laughing, wincing with embarrassment
and, on occasion, gasping in admiration. What started out as a
fundraiser for a piece of sports equipment, turned into a reflective
adventure, which gave everyone involved pause for thought, not
least Fraser himself.
One thing Fraser won’t have you doing is crying with sympathy.
As he explains, to do so doesn’t represent joined-up thinking.
Sickness and death is a part of everyone’s life. It’s what we do in
the intervening time that matters. Fraser’s stories, as you’ll
see, give us all something to think about. The principle lesson
is to see and grab opportunities. This doesn’t require the
use of your body, but your mind and the minds of those
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