You Always Have Something To Be Happy About
By CHS • January 15, 2018
A few years ago I was invited to a party. There was a disabled guy, sitting in an armchair. I used to have a preconception that disabled people are miserable, but this guy changed my attitude. He was one of the most positive, vivid and funny person I ever met. He worked in a McDrive, and he maintained a very good relationship with the customers. Of course nobody knew that he is disabled, because he was always sitting there. There was a girl who often went to that McDrive and they always chatted a lot. The girl invited her to go for a ride once with bicycle, when the guy actually explained that he can not, because he is disabled....and the girl did not go back anymore. I was actually very sad hearing this story. But then he explained how it happened that he ended up in a wheelchair. It was a car accident in which he lost his consciousness. When it happened, a nurse, who saw the accident, run to him and pulled him out of his burning car. He told that he can not be grateful enough for that nurse and for the destiny that he got an other chance. What made me thinking over my whole life is the fact that being disabled was a grace for him. It was a sign for him that his life was saved and that he is extremely lucky. I told myself wow...this is a person we all have to learn from!
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