He is a tall man. But he was probably taller than I am now at one time. When he stands, he is slightly bent, hunched-over from the terrible accident that should have killed him but left him paralyzed instead. He told me of the day the doctors came to his hospital room and gave him the unimaginable news that he would never walk again. He described it as a death sentence for someone who couldn’t live without the push of cold trout stream water on his legs. But Dan Morris isn’t the type of man who allows the opinions of others to rule his life. And after experimental therapies that could have killed him, Dan left the hospital. Not in a wheel chair. He walked out. That’s Dan Morris. He makes the difficult, easy. The impossible, possible.
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