Life without Limits is one of the most inspirational and interesting books I’ve read. Nick Vujicic was born without arms or legs, and yet he is making an incredibly “normal” life for himself. His parents–once they got over their initial shock–told him he could do anything he wanted to do, although they later worried (as parents are likely to do) about some of the decisions he made. But Nick is doing just about everything he wants to. He is a motivational speaker, has appeared in a movie inspired by his life, and has even learned to surfboard.
His book is a breezy but effective challenge to not let yourself get so bogged down in a pity party that you overlook the possibilities that lay ahead of you. He acknowledges that each of us will go through times when we do feel sorry for ourselves, just as he did. But he reminds us that we can either get stuck there–or we can move on.
Sometimes books of this nature strike me as being sermons…but not this one. Because of his life experiences, Nick comes across with the right to be challenging, and yet even when he is, he does it with a sense of humor. He has a strong faith and it is clear that this is what has helped him become
who he is, but he is not preachy. This young man has a lot to offer!
This book was provided free of charge from WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group in exchange for reviewing it.