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Benevolence : From Guatemala to Goa On a Zimmer Frame

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Benevolence : From Guatemala to Goa On a Zimmer Frame
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Publisher: Project Gutenberg
Number of pages: 158

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In 1946, at the age of one, I contracted Polio. Suddenly, a world of infinite possibilities collapsed in upon me. Everything was now a struggle: breathing, lifting my arms, learning to walk. Nothing came easily. And the suffering wasn't just physical. Gradually, I learned about rejection. The subtle, and not so subtle messages that society delivers to the weak and deformed...

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