Book: Still Looking Up by Fred Gordoncategories: Book, Urban, Spiritual, Encouraging, Awareness, Memoirs, Disable, Dissability, Uplifting, Funny, Wheelchair, Quadriplegic, Tetraplegia, Inspirational Autobiography
Fred Gordonabout this book: Still Looking Up is an Autobiography of Fred Gordon, an quadriplegic living independently in a wheelchair. Being enjured at the age of 20, its 21 years later and Fred still has yet to show signs of having difficulties adjusting to being disable. He spent two years with hospitals, rehabs and school away from home with the desire to just be the best he can with relearning how to function from a wheelchair. When he finally came home he fell back into the life he lived before his tragic car accident. Selling drugs, having multiple women partying, pretty much doing what ever he thought he wanted to do.
After years of livig reckless he attended a church service that changed his life. Even though he didn't change right away he eventually stop living the street life, got married, raising two kids and live a life that represent Christ. Even though he had changed some of his past activities caught up with him which caused problems in his new life. After a few years trying to live right life circumstances led him back to doing things that he had gotten away from when he got saved. Knowing better now he fights through his wrongs trying to get back to a life that glorifies God, for that he's still looking up, trying to walk in his purpose.
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