I'll Push You: A Journey of 500 Miles, Two Best Friends, and One Wheelchair
"I'll push you." The words came easily to Patrick. But he had no idea of the struggle that lay ahead. Meet Justin and Patrick. Born in the same hospital two days apart, they grew up together, faced life...
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"I'll push you." The words came easily to Patrick. But he had no idea of the struggle that lay ahead.
Meet Justin and Patrick. Born in the same hospital two days apart, they grew up together, faced life shoulder to shoulder, and were best man in each other's weddings. It was the way things had always been. It was the way things were always going to be.
But then the unexpected struck - Justin was diagnosed with a progressive neuromuscular disease that robbed him of the use of his arms and legs. As Justin transitioned to life lived in a wheelchair, Patrick stayed by his side, and together they refused to give in to despair or physical limitations.
So when Justin shared his dream of traveling the famous Camino de Santiago - a spiritual pilgrimage through the mountains and rough terrain of northern Spain - Patrick immediately volunteered to push Justin in his wheelchair. Their six-week, 500-mile trek, whit its physical challenges, host of colorful characters, and deep inner battles, would prove to be the most difficult and important journey either man would ever take.
Full of love, humor, and faith, I'll Push You exemplifies what every friendship is meant to be. This epic travel adventure shows the incredible risk and reward that come with trusting someone else to have your back - no matter what. Discover how friendship can push all limits... and help us become the best versions of ourselves.
Patrick Gray is the founder and President of the Prevoyance Group Inc., a company that focuses on providing IT strategy consulting, with past clients including Gillette, Pitney Bowes, OfficeMax, and several other Fortune 500 and 1000 companies. His recent work has focused on international projects, and he has led implementations for foreign subsidiaries of several U.S. companies. He has published several articles and has been quoted numerous times in major publications such as the "New York Times," "InfoWorld," "Project Manager Today," "CIO India," "American Way," and "Business 2.0,"