Ability in Disability
Whenever I see a disabled person, many thoughts run through my mind. I get a mixed feeling of pity and admiration.
I feel pity because the feeling of not being able to go to places of your choice, of not seeing the faces and hearing the voice of your loved ones. Of not being able to express yourself through words of mouth. It must be a terrible feeling when your sense of sight, hearing and moving is so restricted. When you wish to a normal person, to be able to do things without being restricted because of one disability or the other.
I feel admiration for them because taking a closer look at it, these disabled people are able to use their “sixth sense”. They do not allow their limitations to limit them to achieving their goals. There are now schools for different disabilities. They have made their disabilities to become their abilities.
Lessons from them: DO NOT LET YOUR LIMITATIONS STOP YOU FROM WHAT YOU CAN ACHIEVE. YOU CAN ONLY GO PLACES IF YOU STOP LOOKING AT THE LIMITATIONS AND LOOK BEYOND IT. MAKE YOUR DISABILITY BECOME YOUR ABILITY.