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No One's Perfect by Hirotada Ototake
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Apr 17, 2011

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bookshelves: medical
Read in October, 2001

Young Japanese man who was born without arms or legs and is a leader in his country for a barrier free environment. It was okay, but i think it may have lost something in the translation. The writing was simply not engaging.

I liked his final statement;
"Even with a disability, I'm enjoying every single day. Some people are born able-bodied but go through life in dark despair. And some people, in spite of having no arms and legs, go through life without a care in the world. Disability has got nothing to do with it." Bravo!

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