Paul Alexander was a normal, vibrant and active child until he was paralyzed by polio in Dallas, Texas at 6 years of age. Five days after contracting the disease he was unable to voluntarily move, or even breath, he has miraculously survived, established a law practice and is living a full life. He has lived with critical assistance of an iron lung for over 67 years. With profound love and constant encouragement from his supportive family and a cast of dedicated teachers, care givers, physicians, physical therapists and a host of friends he has crafted a life that defies the severity of his fight with polio. This book is a product of a lifetime. For over five years he has used an improvised stick in his mouth to type every word in this manuscript. This book is his story of courage against all odds told straight from his heart.