If I rewind time to when I was a kid and saw superman the first time, that flying man-made me a playkid, and when I had watched a show by the title superman or superboy, I went out discretely to play him, superman that is. I believe that was every little kids dream to be able to fly etc. to be able to be super. We all know or a big part of the world remembers Christopher Reeve as the caped crusader and he played super well. I think it was until right before year 2000 I discovered I was born the same date of month as he was.

When I found out more about him, I began to study him. The way I did it was to see his shows and whenever he joined an interview, then in the mid 90’s the accident happened and he took headlines, and I was quick to see and was told he was actually in the process of recording a show, I guess he was done with films, I don’t but I guess. After he felt down he was paralyzed from the neck down, he was of course supported by his wife Dana all the time. It must have been rough.

At the point where I remember he had begun to study the body was when he was on tonight show with someone, there are many shows in the U.S. that I can’t remember. He was interviewed as he could speak and had the energy to do it, I think it was the second time he was on, he told he could breathe by himself for 5 minutes or something that was remarkable. As I write this I remember myself in tears of joy and when he in one show explained to the host what happens when the brain sends signals through the body and get certain parts of the body to move, just when we are typing, I was amazed he could do this talk.