Life after the accident: An excerpt from Joshua Prager’s powerful memoir, Half-Life

Simply inspirational! This makes me want to go home and make a game – RIGHT NOW!

Thank you

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Almost twenty-three years ago, Joshua Prager experienced a moment that could only be described as “a great hinge in my life,” one that divided it “like the spine of an open book.” Just 19 years old then, Prager was in Israel for a year after high school. He was sitting in the backseat of a minibus bound for Jerusalem when a truck behind him lost control and slammed into the corner where he sat. His neck broke and, in a second, he went from an athletic teen to a hemiplegic. It would be weeks before he could breathe on his own, four months before he would leave the hospital. For the next four years, he navigated the world in a wheelchair, then a cane and braces – and embarked on a career as a journalist for The Wall Street Journal.

[ted_talkteaser id=1715]In today’s talk, given at TED2013, Prager tells…

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