Schneider, Lori
January 2010
Guideposts;Jan2010, Vol. 64 Issue 11, p56
The article focuses on the success of climbing the seven highest mountains in the world. A case was presented wherein the story of Lori Scheneider, a mountaineer woman whom experiences multiple sclerosis yet finished her goal to reach the seven highest mountain of the world. She also mentions that fear can be conquered by doing it one step at a time.


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