Some may see a wheelchair; others may see what their assumptions tell them. To Logan Shannon, he sees himself and others as equal, similar people overcoming hardships together. Logan's story of perseverance is different from others, as he has Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. He describes his medical journey in his new semi-autobiography, The Logan Letters, a collection of letters written by Logan, his co-author Lee Kresser, loved ones and letters from friends. The letters combined to give a first-person perspective on the inspirational life story of Logan, who is not defined by limitations and chooses not to judge people by appearance. Logan believes, as everyone quickly does too, that he is a normal guy who likes to laugh, love and seek out his purpose in life with Jesus. The letters show the impact on others Logan has made, which he feels anyone can do in others' lives no matter their capabilities.