The New Sam

Sullivan, Sam
February 2007
Guideposts;Feb2007, Vol. 61 Issue 12, p60
The article discusses the accomplishments of the author after the ski accident. A ski accident left the author paralyzed. It nearly ruined his life but he did not give up. He decided to move on with his life and made list of what he wanted to do with it. He went back to school and got a degree in business administration. He organized a group of disabled people and raised fund to help them learn to fly. He also learned it himself. He worked at a paraplegic foundation. He was even elected mayor of their town.


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