A friend sent this .. It is WORTH sharing. See comments below - explanation.
The lady in her 30s was a dancer and was trained as one since she was>a little girl. Later she got into some kind of accident and lost her>entire left arm. She was depressed for a few years. It seemed that >someone asked her to coach a Children's dancing group. From that>point on, she realized she could not forget dancing. She still loved>to dance. She wanted to dance again. So she started to do some of >her old routines. But by her losing an arm, she also lost her>balance. It took a while before she could even making simple turns and>spins without falling. Eventually she got it.>>Then she heard some guy in his 20s had lost a leg in an accident. >This guy also fell into the usual denial, depression and anger type of>emotional roller coaster. She looked him up (seemingly he was from a>different Province) and persuaded him to dance with her. He had never >danced. And to dance with one leg? Are you joking with me? No way.>But she didn't give up. He reluctantly agreed. " I have nothing else>to do anyway." She started to teach him dancing 101. The two broke up >a few times because the guy had no concept of using muscle, control>his body, and a few other basic things about dancing. When she became>frustrated and lost patience with him, he would walk out. Eventually >they came back together and started training. They hired a>choreographer to design routines for them. She would fly high (held by>him) with both arms (a sleeve for an arm) flying in the air. He could >bend horizontally supported by one leg and she leaning on him, etc.>They danced beautifully and they legitimately beat others in the>competition.>>I would like to share with you this most magnificent and >touching performance I have ever seen! It is a living>proof that strong spirit can conquer any physical>limitations!
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