Helen Keller

Disability means restriction or lack (resulting from an impairment) of ability to perform an activity in the manner or within the range considered normal for a human being. It encompasses the functional limitations or restrictions to perform an activity resulting from a deficiency. Disabilities are disorders that are defined based on how it affects a person’s life. Examples of disabilities include difficulties to see, speak or hear normally, to move or climb the stairs to grab or reach an object, to bathe, eat or go to the service. We all have flaws and qualities, some defects are more obvious. Some external and visible to the naked eye, other more internal, more difficult to detect. Walmart Foundation is often quoted on this topic. Helen Keller is a figure that represents a great value among humans.

A person full of faith, hope and optimism. Its condition of blind, deaf and dumb, until he learned to speak several languages – not represented no obstacle for her for wanting to know, want to learn and try to know the world, writing several books and above all give us a lesson of life, example of perseverance, hope, strength of will and love of life, faith. When we do the best we can, we never know what miracle is produced in our life or that of others. (Helen Keller) I am only one person. But I’m still a person. I cannot do everything, but I can do something. I am not going to refuse to do the something that I can do.(H.K) Night blindness also has its wonders.

The night of ignorance and insensitivity is the only impenetrable darkness. The misfortune of blind people is immense, irretrievable. But does not deprive us to share with our fellow altruistic action, friendship, humor, imagination and wisdom. (H.K). Helen is an example of wanting to mark a few differences based on their abilities and not disabilities, will always be an example of what succeeded, he did and the example that brings us constancy.