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Bongathini Mbatha became disabled when he was a student and his disability nearly ruined his life plans. After his disability, he followed a different career path but later assessed his life and discovered he was not happy about not reaching his initial goal. This marked a turning point in his life. In I Don’t Want to Walk Again, he talks openly about changing his attitude towards disability, accepting disability and ultimately defeating disability. He uses his life story to reveal some problems that people face every day. He talks about issues such as: Accepting your condition and moving on Rediscovering yourself and planning anew Studying, job hunting and associated challenges Determination, resignation from work and the fear of adversities Perceptions about people with disabilities Bongathini’s aim is to encourage an open conversation about disability and to raise awareness about things that negatively affect people’s lives. He also uses his sad story to bring hope to all those who might be thinking that their burden is the heaviest. This book is not limited to the daily problems of people with disabilities but deals with the whole spectrum of life’s challenges. If you aspire to be a better person, regardless of your circumstances and regardless of the environment you are in, this book is for you!
bound: 184 pages
publisher: Reach Publishers (April 10, 2017)
isbn: 0620749334, 978-0620749336,
weight: 11.8 ounces (