Walk: a Memoir: My Journey of Faith and Discovery After Paralysis

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WestBow Press, Jun 28, 2012 - Biography & Autobiography - 216 pages

A journey through life as seen through the eyes of a frightened twelve-year-old boy. After suffering a broken neck in a horrific accident, Randy Krulish explains how God and family provide him with the necessary strength to endure his now-unexpected life as a paralyzed boy. Even though these newfound struggles are nearly more than he can cope with, Randy finds the inner peace to overcome them. Discover how his life was changed forever; it may change yours as well.

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About the author (2012)

Randy Krulish has lived forty-six years in a wheelchair after suffering a broken neck when he was twelve-years-old. The experiences he's had as a quadriplegic allows him to show how family and faith can give hope to others who have also had a life-changing accident.

The darkness and despair leads to light and love for others with God's gifts. Randy now views life with a different set of eyes. This view allows him the opportunity to share with others a life seen by few. From a frightened boy, he has grown into a man filled with hope and compassion.

Randy is a retired educator living in Lyle, Minnesota. He lives a fairly independent lifestyle, in his own apartment, with the help of attendants who come at various times throughout the day.

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