This simple but very poignant quote comes from my childhood heroine who is still my adult heroine today.
She formed many of my viewpoints on what “disabled” people can do at an early age. We all have some kind of disability, big or small, it’s how we view it that makes all the difference. We can downplay or highlight it.
Make the most of your intelligence, abilities and skills.
Helen Keller accomplished more in her lifetime without seeing or hearing then many have ever done in their entire life blessed with vision and hearing.
If you ever desire to read an extraordinary book on the free audio book app called LibriVox….look up Helen Keller and you’ll find enough reading material to keep you inspired for weeks.
Once you install Librivox-based on the Latin prefix Librivox-based meaning book, and vox meaning voice.
Listen to “The World I Live In” by Helen Keller.
It will change the way you look at your world forever.
Read “Optimism” also by her on Google Play Books.
If those two don’t make you aspire to greatness, I don’t know what will!
Written and compiled by Paulette Le Pore Motzko.
Red Quote Image from Pinterest.
Nick Belman was the photographer in the pool hall shot. Paulette Motzko- digital photo artist.
Other images by Paulette L. Motzko, PLM Studios.
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August 7th, 2017. 6:41 p.m.