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Against All Odds Rigo Chinchilla

Against All Odds

Rigo Chinchilla

Published October 21st 2013
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Kindle Edition
176 pages
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“The land buckles, bullets fly, and lives scatter. Out of this harrowing backdrop worthy of a film script, is borne faith, courage and hope. A young mans dream transforms before your eyes into blessed reality with a promising future. See howMore“The land buckles, bullets fly, and lives scatter. Out of this harrowing backdrop worthy of a film script, is borne faith, courage and hope. A young mans dream transforms before your eyes into blessed reality with a promising future. See how miracles, determination and love help to propel a commoner of little means to beat the odds and find spiritual, academic and physical reward. An inspiring story of accomplishment.~ Rex Stocklin, disability rights activist“It’s impossible to read this book only one time. It takes at least two readings to be able to realize what an incredible story it is. It was so beautiful for me to be able to watch how God was able to use such a determined, angry boy who, despite his impossible situation, never gave up but always pushed for what he wanted. This book will be an inspiration to any young person who has a dream.”~ Pat Stooksbury, Retired Baptist Missioner“When it comes to observe the life of Rigo Chinchilla, we can choose to see with one eye, as Polyphemus, or with several, like Argo. I do not recommend a look Argo or Polyphemus style, but with eyes of friend: As Viktor E. Frankl says, ‘Man’s main concern is not to gain pleasure or avoid pain but rather to see a meaning in his life. That is why man is even ready to suffer, on the condition... that his suffering has a meaning... Because what matters most of all is the attitude we take toward the suffering.’ How not read-observe with eyes of friend, the life of a man who always, in difficult or pleasurable circumstances, has had to reach a helping hand?”~ Jose David Guevara Muñoz, Journalist