Is there a limit to what a mortal human can endure?
Is there a limit to faith, hope and love?
The Amanda Grobbelaar Story is an extraordinary story about a woman who refused to give up.
Five years ago Amanda was a successful business woman with a bright future in the financial services industry, but in a very short period everything changed.
When this happily married mother of two teenage children was diagnosed with a cruel medical monster which had the ability to rob her of who she was, she vowed to her family that she would put up the fight of her life.
Amanda says that this is the only life we have;
it is not a dress rehearsal and we should treasure each day for the gift it is; every moment should count.
Throughout this compelling journey Amanda will bowl you over with her positive, unwavering outlook toward life; she finds silver linings when most people will say there are none.
Amanda says there is no use crying over what we think we have lost; we do the best we can today,
with what we have today.
Referring to the cruel, chronic, progressive, incurable nature of the medical condition she retaliated against with everything she had, Amanda says:
“I am not going to stand on the pavement, for the rest of my days, waiting for a bus to hit; I am going to live my best life now, despite my circumstances.
This book is about courageous living – read it – your life will never be the same.