Rakesh was only twenty-three years old when he died after a three-year battle with leukemia. But he lives on in this memoir written by his aunt, Daksha M. Patel. She has collected the memories of family and friends as well as Rakeshs tweets and social media postings. Just Dance offers touching and charming stories that illustrate the short life a young man with heart and promise who positively affected the lives of all those around him. Patel tells about the extraordinary way he handled his three-year fight with acute lymphocytic leukemia and how he served as an exemplary example of faith and trust. It demonstrates how faith in God can help one through anything and everything in life. In Just Dance, Patel shares how Rakesh lived the life of a saint, exhibiting a sympathetic and caring attitude for friends and those who asked for his help. His legacy lives on through his dance team, a unit inspired by him.
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About the Author
Daksha M. Patel is a retired physician who has practiced neonatal intensive care. She is also nature photographer.