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I've chosen to write my own book study on an autobiography. Dr. Arnold Beisser's Flying Without Wings discusses his battle against polio and how he overcame innumerable obstacles. Born in 1925, he contracted paralytic polio at age 24. While our situations are vastly different, I found that we were really quite similar. His insights to the life span of somebody with a handicap are true. Even though the autobiography isn't financially focused, a lot of his ideas and life courses directly relate to financial targets and ultimately financial independence. Until Beisser contracted poliothat he led a "normal" life. He won a national tennis championship and had already finished his basic medical practice from the age of 24. As a part of the National Reserve, he was called on to fight in the Korean War. While he had been determined physically fit to serve, he fell ill on his way into Navy training. His analysis was non-paralytic polio. In a few hours he had been paralyzed from the neck down. He also spent a year and a half at an iron lung and remained in the hospital for 3 years total. He was paralyzed for the remainder of his life. Contrarily, I had been born with Congenital Muscular Dystrophy with Merosin Deficiency. I never had the capacity to walk, stand or treat myself. I have been using an electric wheelchair since I was eighteen months old. I attended public school for my entire career and achieved high honor roll each semester of high school. I now attend the small, Liberal Arts University at Wells College. While Beisser had to take care of good loss, I have only known my entire life how it is currently. However, I have often questioned my abilities and my future, similarly to Beisser. Through the publication, Beiss...