The patient may know more than he can indicate

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Later we would burn his body. Later, at his funeral, we’d set his ashes next to a picture of just his smiling face, and a priest would proclaim his new body in Christ, walking tall in a wheelchairless heaven. Later, we’d admit that if we saw him on the other side without his disabled body, we wouldn’t recognize him; he would not be my twin brother.

- Twelve Words, by Brian Trapp [1]