A veteran demonstrates that doctors who told him he’d never walk without assistance were wrong.

Arthur Boorman was a crippled Gulf War soldier. His physicians informed him for 15 years that he would never be able to walk on his own again. And for the next 15 years, Arthur believed his doctor’s words. He couldn’t walk or run, he’d gained weight, and he’d given up.

He decided he’d attempt yoga as a last-ditch effort to get fit. However, every yoga instructor rejected him down… Except for one thing. Keep an eye on what happens next. Incredible!

Because we often do not realize our own potential, we cannot put restrictions on what we are capable of doing, as Arthur’s narrative demonstrates.

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