By: Eric Randal Inouye
“It’s been over two months. The familiar faces confused me, but at the same time helped me to relax. Miraculously, I had no pain, but my mind clashed with uncertainties. A life without words reached beyond my limits of loneliness.”
Eric R. Inouye
Eric, in his adolescence, competed in several sports and found dominance in Baseball. His father drilled him from a very early age, and as a typical teenager, he rebelled from his strict father. Eric finds strength in the teachings of his father after he survives a nine-week coma. Eric draws upon what he learned as he trained for baseball, and applies those skills to his future endeavors.
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