Blog repost on Voluntering/Giving: My Recovery:  Paralyzed 

I think it’s wonderful sharing uplifting messages. Life is about connecting with one another. Rob shares his experience with service by working with paralyzed soldiers. He talks about the impact it has had on his life during his road to recovery. Just touching.

Just Ruminating

wp-1484928101125.jpgI hope you read this post all the way through, because this man’s life is changing before your very eyes.

As I sit here and type, headphones on, I’m thinking about my new job with the paralyzed soldiers in Building 8; that’s where I work 24 hours a week now, for those of you who don’t follow me regularly.

If you would have told me last year, that I would be comfortable feeding a quadriplegic in a busy canteen, I would have told you that you have lost your marbles.

muffin on justruminating men's blogBut there I was yesterday, escorting my new friend–and yes, he is quickly becoming my friend–Jim, down to the canteen for hot chocolate and a muffin. I was the one who suggested it. I was the one who paid. And let me tell you, it felt incredible.

At first I was intimidated by the environment. There are about 25 men…

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