Jason Sauer is an adaptive ski racer. As a double above-knee amputee, three factors have been instrumental in his rehabilitation success: sobriety, returning to sport and getting new legs.
If you don’t share your ideas, no one will know if they’re any good.
~ Dorie Clark
You are as old as you feel. That may be true but everything around us (media, advertising, society) says younger is better. Well – the inevitability of ageing is there – regardless of our youthful presentation. Here are some tips that will help you keep a youthful perspective!
Life is 10 percent what you make it
and 90 percent how you take it.
~ Irving Berlin
Jason Sauer had his legs amputated in 2011. One day he was walking, skiing and snowboarding – the next his life was to be redefined as he faced the prospect of losing his limbs. Uncertainty and challenges followed, as well as many life lessons. His unapologetic story is one of courage and determination, retold here in two posts.
True compassion means not only feeling another’s pain
but also being moved to relieve it.
~ Daniel Goleman
Getting old is a privilege denied to many – so enjoy every moment.
~ Dr Heidi Hilton, Breast cancer researcher