Just because I can’t do it today, doesn’t mean I can’t do it tomorrow. – Arthur Boorman
We all have dreams and goals for ourselves while we’re here on this earth. But, sometimes we can let other things get in the way of them, such as: self-doubt, lack of information, or even those closest to us or other people we might consider experts telling us that we can’t do it, that it won’t be possible, that nothing will change. And so we accept that (because others know what’s best for us, right?), going about each day as if it were the same as the last.
But, you might notice a nagging feeling every now and then, trying to remind of the dreams that you are supposed to be fulfilling. After a while that feeling might get stronger and stronger, until you finally do something about it and no longer accept what others have been whispering in your ear.
This is exactly how it was for Arthur Boorman, a disabled veteran of the Gulf War. For over 15 years he accepted the “fact” that he would never walk again without some form of assistance. At least, that’s what his doctors told him. Then one day, he decided he had had enough of accepting his life the way it was. Watch his story and transformation in the video below. Never give up.