There are a lot of things that make a person's life what it is. Where you grow up, what you look like and your parent’s identities are just a few. None of us choose any of these things, yet they end up defining so much of our lives.
Cashel Gardner didn't have any control over the spinal muscular atrophy that affects his daily life. He recognizes that many people see it as a flaw, something that prevents him from living a great life. Cashel, on the other hand, sees it as the exact opposite. Instead of an imperfection, Cashel's disease is just another piece in the complex puzzle of experiences and traits that make him who he is. This young man's message is important for everyone to remember.