The rhythm guitarist and co-lead vocalist of KISS, Paul Stanley has taken Twitter to praise a federal prosecutor who was diagnosed with ALS in his 30s while admitting he’s been pretty inspired by his story.
The iconic musician, Paul Stanley, has been quite active on social media to display his healthy and fit lifestyle while giving tips to stay safe in the city life and to state his opinions about the current political atmosphere of the US.
Most recently, Stanley has remarked something highly influential and important on Twitter by retweeting the statement of a federal prosecutor, whose name is Brian Wallach.
In the tweet, Wallach explains that in his 30s he got married, had two daughters, worked in the White House and as a federal prosecutor, ran a 5:30 mile, was diagnosed with ALS, and told he would die within a year.
The proud fighter added that he’s still here, still smiling and his 30s ends tomorrow. Stanley has paid huge respects to Wallach’s strong stance while struggling with such a terrible illness and thanked him for sharing his story.
ALS, also known as motor neuron disease (MND) or Lou Gehrig’s disease, is an illness that causes the death of neurons controlling voluntary muscles. ALS is characterized by stiff muscles, muscle twitching, and gradually worsening weakness due to muscles decreasing in size.
Here’s what Brian Wallach said in his tweet:
“In my 30s I got married, had 2 daughters, worked in the White House and as a federal prosecutor, ran a 5:30 mile, was diagnosed with ALS and told I would die within a year.
I’m still here, still smiling and my 30s ends tomorrow. Cheers to this amazing thing we call life.”
Paul Stanley said in his retweet:
“You are an inspiration. Thank you Brian for sharing.”
You can see the tweets below.
You are an inspiration. Thank you Brian for sharing. https://t.co/w0wE6V12We
— Paul Stanley (@PaulStanleyLive) October 9, 2020