Harry Parker: Bliss is…Floating
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When Harry Parker stepped on a bomb in Afghanistan he was punched into the air and there was a moment when he was floating; there was nothing bliss about what followed. But now, floating for him is bliss. It is his world muffled by water, weightless, painless and free. Floating is how he can escape the frustrations of his injury.