“After years of fetching water, and toweling off other peoples’ sweat, Jason was actually in a game…”

This is one of the most touching sports stories that I have ever seen. Jason, an autistic boy who helped encourage his high school basketball team, was finally able to play in a game. The result is not only inspirational—but electrifying

Jason McElwain is cheered by his classmates.

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Seth Adam Smith
Seth Adam Smith is a best-selling, award-winning author and blogger whose writings have been translated into over thirty languages and featured on Huffington Post, Good Morning America, Fox News, CNN, the Today Show, and many other news outlets around the world.

A survivor of a suicide attempt in 2006, Seth is an advocate for resources and understanding concerning depression and suicide prevention and regularly writes about these topics in his books and on his blog. He recently finished "Rip Van Winkle and the Pumpkin Lantern," and is currently working on a series of historical novels set in Colonial America.

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Seth Adam Smith is a best-selling, award-winning author and blogger whose writings have been translated into over thirty languages and featured on Huffington Post, Good Morning America, Fox News, CNN, the Today Show, and many other news outlets around the world. A survivor of a suicide attempt in 2006, Seth...
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