Once in a lifetime, you may be fortunate enough to meet a child who will change your view of the world forever. Josiah was that kind of a child. Born with severe cerebral palsy and numerous health challenges, he was blessed with an infectious joy and the gift of encouraging others. His faith in God and his passion to serve far surpassed his limited abilities. To know him was to be inspired. His life was cut short by his frailty, but his legacy remains.
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Though the title says "Josiah's Story", the author hardly actually talks about Josiah. He's barely a footnote in the story until the last 100 pages. It was also very unorganized. Though I think it had the potential to be an inspiring book, they missed it. Here's a longer review of it that I wrote: http://heidis1haven.blogspot.com/2016/01/monkeys-and-chair-josiahs-story-by.html
This is a raw and insightful book. I strongly urge everyone who has suffered a loss to delve into it. It is both healing and cathartic!