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People living their respective ways of life have their own miracles, but it is reserved until it's really needed. You might have realized once in your life that this world is too unfair because it did not fulfill your wish, or it doesn't make any good to you at all. You'll never know, it's just an inch away from you.
This story you will read, is one of the most timely examples. Living to the fullest is never about giving up, but is about maximizing all the bestest ways to rise up from any tragedy you've been into; continuing the colorful journey, jam-packed with more strength, love, and hope.
This is the story of Paul McMahon.
Paul McMahon, a 28-year-old traveller/simply adventurous human being from Brisbane, Australia was just appreciating his day - his birthday.
The party, which happened almost all night halted before the sun rises again. Paul fell off from the 15-meter high (3.5-storey) rooftop, right through Myrtle Street's concrete.
Miraculously, the event did not result to his mortality, although his condition then was critical.
Reports from authorities and Paul's narrative identified the incident as a result of 'a drunk man's wrong move' while at the top.
McMahon was admitted at Prince Alfred Hospital for some time. His recovery was steadfast.
That day in June, his recovery was more than expected. Maybe, he's too stubborn and determined, that's why for him, what happened seemed to be a piece of cake. He was able to walk but with some support.
A month after, everything seemed back to normal. Paul is a positive-thinker. He chooses happiness over drama and being upset.
He made up his mind: to do more, and be more. Nowadays, Paul focuses on writing his own book, travelling and inspiring others.
He traveled more, and more! This image was taken from his agricultural experience in Thailand.
Then this one is in Brazil. He likes to make things look more fun, from boring or plain ones.
He's looking greater and more encouraged.
You would love how his idea of life is inspiring to imbibe.
Together with the idea of making a book, he's into petitions. One of the most sympathetic cases he initiated was for the awareness of survivors from severe brain injuries. In this cause, McMahon stressed out that cases like this should be respected and be responded accordingly.
Screen grabbed from http://www.gopetition.com/petitions/surviving-brain-injuries.html
Happiness is always overflowing. McMahon never runs out of reasons to smile and look forward.
Now he's here, working on for larger goals. What a positively huge leap!
Imagine, he can do things that he wanted wherever, whenever! He is truly an inspiring example for all of us. Keep it up, brother!
Loud and proud, he could say. His inspiring story leaves us one thing: stay optimistic and get in touched with nature, they can heal.