It's Good to Be Alive: Observations from a Wheelchair

It s Good to Be Alive Observations from a Wheelchair Twenty one years ago year old Jack Rushton was boogie boarding at Laguna Beach with his family when he had an accident that instantly paralyzed him from the neck down As Jack struggled to adjust t

  • Title: It's Good to Be Alive: Observations from a Wheelchair
  • Author: Jack Rushton
  • ISBN: 2940000225561
  • Page: 125
  • Format: Nook
  • Twenty one years ago, 50 year old Jack Rushton was boogie boarding at Laguna Beach with his family when he had an accident that instantly paralyzed him from the neck down As Jack struggled to adjust to life in a wheelchair, he realized that he could reach out to people through his words Through his observations, Jack has touched the lives of family, friends, and many othTwenty one years ago, 50 year old Jack Rushton was boogie boarding at Laguna Beach with his family when he had an accident that instantly paralyzed him from the neck down As Jack struggled to adjust to life in a wheelchair, he realized that he could reach out to people through his words Through his observations, Jack has touched the lives of family, friends, and many others all over the world It s Good to Be Alive contains the best of Jack s insights on topics such as spiritual paralysis, encouragement, death, and happiness Funny, inspiring, and down to earth, this book will ultimately help you realize that it really is good to be alive.

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