Your disability doesn’t reduce your skills. So surpass it and reveal to the world your talent because talent doesn’t make difference. You doubt it?
Do you know that Homer was blind, Jean-Jacques Rousseau was suffering from motor disorders, Louis Jouvet stuttered and that Glenn Gould was agoraphobic?
Have you not heard of the couple from Mali, Amadou & Mariam, blind but very famous singers? I indulge you to listen to one of their songs that I particularly love https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8dO8xnMCNK0
In spite of their disabilities, great men and women have risen beyond the belief expressed in them, to achieve beautiful, great, unique and extraordinary feats to the benefit of humanity. These people were able to do with their disability, that which their talent otherwise wouldn’t have attained.
You reading this, what do you see beyond your disability?
Do you know your disability can be a great strength if you so desire?
Do you not want to be the next great man who is celebrated?
Do you know that you are unique and you have a mission on this earth for which you were born?
What is your vision in life? Do you have one? If not, then, what do you expect? Make a personal evaluation of yourself, discover that vision.
Save it as an audio or video.
If you are unable to listen to it every day, listen every week, especially when you’re in despair, when you feel like giving up or when people look down on you. It’ll surely take you to a time in history with all those great men and women.
Surpass your disability and Innovate!
If you also know people with disabilities who have risen above their disabilities, do not hesitate to send us their names and stories via email; firstname.lastname@example.org