Does the struggle just to get through each day make people with FA (FAers) like me more fearless?
Does being captive in our wheelchairs make us hungry for the ultimate physical freedom? Are we drawn to doing things that not everybody does because it defines us in some way, rather than just being "that guy in a wheelchair"?
Or do we just think - What the hell, life's too short so why not just go for it! For me it's probably all of these and I know that the 15,000 ft of free fall are going to be the best seconds of my entire life because during these moments I will be free, brave and so very very happy!
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