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A 30-year-old man has touched the hearts of people from around the world. Although he only has only has one leg, he has tried to surf in waves that are full of many sharks. His name is “Coots” and he lives in Ha-Waii, US. Now, he seems like any healthy and handsome man, but he was attacked by sharks and completely lost his right leg as a result, in the 1990s. However, after this event he continued to surf in the ocean and still love it. He could still see the beauty of the sea. He wanted to be an ocean photographer. So he is accepting of the danger from sharks or fishes. He has gone on to take beautiful pictures while surfing in all kinds of seas. “I’m really happy to take pictures of the sea freely.”, he said.

In fact, it’s often really hard for someone to return to visit the same place where they were once in danger. However Coots succeeded in this himself by breaking through this limitation with his special will. His challenges touched me and I began to regret that in my past I didn’t try to do anything hard for an adventures. Coots’ story became real advice for me. I also think that such an event also makes you awake up from your past experiences of living safely. If your heart is still beating and you’re still alive, it’s enough to live eagerly after you go through hopeless situations! I hope that Coots will safely continue his inspirational works forever.< 저작권자 © 중앙헤럴드 무단전재 및 재배포금지 >

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