Friday, 22 June 2012

Disabled man 'redefines possible' for everyone

Consider this true story whenever you're tempted to think that something is not possible to achieve.

A boy is born with a genetic disorder which leads to his legs being amputated at age five.

Medical experts conclude that he'll never be a functioning member of society.

Three decades later, he climbs the world's highest freestanding mountain - on his hands:

Spencer West, 31, from Toronto, Canada, has defied all those misanthropes who believe that the lives of the disabled are not worth living and thus the disabled are better off dead. He has truly 'redefined possible':

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