Albert Espinosa's story is amazing.
I listened to it the other day for the first time and it turned me upside down like a sock.
A 14-year-old boy who is admitted to hospital for cancer and finds the joy of life within its walls.
And the most surprising thing is that he transmits this joy.
Listening to him is like drinking a cup of hot chocolate on a cold December night.
It shows you that you can be happy in adversity. And that any loss becomes a gain.
I haven't lost a leg, I've gained a stump.
I haven't lost a lung, I've learned that with half of what I have I can live'.
A balm of reality and proof that as long as there is life there is hope.
When his leg was cut off, he said goodbye to it as only the great ones can.
He threw her a party.
He says that maybe that is why the 'ghost' of the leg (the feeling that it is still with you) never visited him.
However, what does visit him often is the ghost of the big toe.
Because the big toe is a big toe.
And its importance is so great that if you have it slightly bent, less blood reaches your foot.
I don't even want to think about those who have bunions.
He also talked about his prosthetic leg and how it stops working every 5 years.
And it costs him 25,000.
Now I take everything he said and ask you a question.
How much would you be willing to pay for a new leg?
There is an extremely cheap way to make your legs look like new.
Just let your feet be feet again.
The way you were born.
The way you should always be.
Health starts with your feet.
Pd: or almost also for men.
Historial de Artículos