ESL151-Discussion#2 - has lack of the certain ability...

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"Recognizing and respecting differences in others, and treating everyone like you want them to treat you, will help make our world a better place for everyone…You don't have to be handicapped to be different. Everyone is different!", - said Kim Peek. Helen Keller was a lucky person who had a chance to lead more fulfilled life than even normal people can afford. First of all, it was not because of financial support she received from her country or participation in all chariting activities, clubs, organizations, which usually only isolate disabled people from the reality. The main reason for her blessing was to be raised in a right place, among the people who have reached the most important and authentic point of understanding and apprehension the issue of a person who
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Unformatted text preview: has lack of the certain ability. Whether blind, deaf or imobile they are not disabled. Everyone of us is lacking of something in one way or another. We are the only ones who make people disabled in our life by limiting our feelings to pitty and restricting their societal excistence. My home country Russia is not an exception. No doubt, there is big success in organizing fundraizing and ceremonial events for the handihapped, which on the one hand, help the handiapped in daily living activities; on the other hand however, they tend to ellianate them as a particular social group stigmatized for being everything but "normal"....
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