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Unformatted text preview: and recognizing of his injury. Of course Mr. Compton was sad deep down, but on the outside he acted the exact same. Having him as a teacher before and after the accident, allowed me to see that there really was no difference to him except physically. He was very blessed to be alive and he accepted his disabilities. For his life to change so drastically in just a matter of seconds, I commend him of his ability to go on with his life and trust that faith led him to where he is today. Mr. Compton has given me someone to really acknowledge and look up to. He is a great person and a strong person at that. Having your life change from being able to walk to being in a wheelchair, with no sensation from the waist down, is a tremendous adjustment. He has proven that disabilities may impact some activities that a person may do, but a disabled person does not have to let the fact of having a disability run their life....
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This note was uploaded on 04/11/2008 for the course THEATRE 101 taught by Professor Baxter during the Spring '08 term at Coastal Carolina University.
- Spring '08