90 Minutes in Heaven - Chapter Fourteen: The New Normal Summary & Analysis

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Don spends a great deal of time thinking about his life before the accident and lamenting that he will never again be normal. After a while, Don realizes that he cannot recapture the past and will have to find a new normal. There are many things Don will never do again that he will miss. On a ski trip with the church youth, Don must sit inside and watch the teenagers enjoying the slopes. Because of the damage to his legs, Don will never be able to get down on his knees to talk to a child face-to-face. Drive-thrus present a challenge as well, since Don cannot reach for change with his left arm and must awkwardly use his right arm. These are just a few examples of everyday obstacles Don faces.

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