Best friends learn important life lesson after spiritual pilgrimage in Spain

A rousing message can assist individuals with beginning the morning on the correct foot. That is the thing that happened Thursday morning at the Benton Convention Center in Winston-Salem during the Forsyth Jail and Prison Ministries raising money breakfast.

The speakers, Patrick Gray and Justin Skeesuck, composed a book about a surprising adventure.
what many would call an outlandish dream.

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Skeesuck's thought was to take a 500-mile venture crosswise over El Camino de Santiago in a wheelchair with his closest companion, Gray, pushing.

The two men were conceived in a similar clinic, two days separated. They grew up together and were each other's best man. Skeesuck's reality changed a couple of years back when he was determined to have an uncommon ailment that debilitated and demolished muscle in his arms and legs yet his kinship with Gray just became more grounded as the readied for the excursion.

"We needed to climb the Pyrenees the primary day. How might you get ready for that when nobody has done that—in any event in a wheelchair," said Skeesuck.

"He sang to me each and every morning—each morning about anything that I'm doing to prepare him—There's Pat putting on my socks, putting on my socks," said Gray.

The whole outing was 35 days of difficult travel through harsh and rough landscape.

"This entire adventure simply opened my eyes to the way that the connections we have are the most significant belongings here on Earth," said Gray.

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