This is another wonderful read by Dr. Williams on our vast and wonderful universe. A while ago, I reviewed another of his new books. This book is no exception to how wonderful it is and how inclusive.
Dr. William has lived a wonderfully authentic life that most people would love to have but can’t. Dr. Williams has set records for spacewalking, living undersea for weeks at a time, saved lives as an emergency doctor, launched into the stratosphere twice, and performed a surgery in zero gravity.
One may think that he as a secret. But really he hasn’t. His only source of inspiration is his curiosity. He has always been curious about what he can do to do things differently, to set new standards, and to push boundaries.
Dr. Williams learned to scuba dive when he was twelve years old, he because a doctor despite academic struggles, and overcame stiff odds and fierce competition to join the ranks of astronauts.
He experienced a lot of challenges. He even endured a cancer diagnosis that nearly prevented him from returning to space, but he never stopped hoping and trying.
This is an inspirational, uplifting and life-affirming memoir about being an astronaut and a physician. Dr. Williams reminds us that we all live infinite, fulfilled lives by relishing each moment we are alive. And that is what he does over and over again.
I loved this book! Space travel has always fascinated me. And I love to read books about people who have traversed to places that our mind can only imagine.