“How could I sit back and watch him die, when there was something I could do about it?”
One minute Michael Batista was riding in the cab of the removal truck. The next, he was lying in a ditch, watching his grandfather drive off into the night… Twenty-five years later, the consequences of that night threatened to claim his life again, until a remarkable act of generosity and kindness came his way.
Music: Tiny Birch Basket, Michael Howard; Shimmery Harmonics, Jack Burgess; Bury a Mountain, Michael Howard; Part of Me, Alialujah Choir
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