If you google Johnathan Wentz, you’ll find an impressive record of a paralympic equestrian competitor. Johnathan rode for America in the 2012 paralympics in London. You’ll see a young man born with cerebral palsy who overcame the odds and found success in horseback riding. You’ll also see that just after his London performance, he tragically and suddenly passed away.
The fact that Johnathan was born with a semi-invisible illness and went on to achieve truly inspiring things is not the reason I wanted to write about him. Continue reading