Life As An Amputee
I was in a coma for two weeks. My chances of survival were only 20%. When I woke up from the coma, I was grateful that I survived and saw my family again. I was motivated and allowed to leave the hospital after only six months. In the same year I continued with school and also got my driver's license. For 3-4 years I have worn a prosthesis, which I use to train because I visit the gym very often.
"Perfection does not mean being without flaws, weakness or disability. Perfection means you are unique, you are wonderful and just as you are. As you live, as you think."
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