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If he could not go out into the world, the world could come to him.
The world isn't built with a ramp.
For a long time I spent my weary days in a fog of what might be and what has been and I guess you could say im still learning how to accept what is.
The only disability in life is a bad attitude.
Getting older comes with abilities. Being old comes with disabilities.
So, for example, if a child is labeled as having a learning disability, it has very concrete consequences for the kinds of services and potentially accommodations that child will get.
Suffering is so real & I walk amongst so many who have no idea how much my soul is aching to be healed.
That made love—not grace—the magic ingredient. Then anew thought hit her. Perhaps love was grace. A shiver wentup her spine. What did that make anger? The antithesis ofgrace?
You didn't play baseball that well with two hands. How do you think you're going to make it with one? "If you're just going to tell me what I can't do, you can leave.
Whether someone is useful only matters if you value people by their use.
Life is all about balance. Since I have only one leg, I understand that well.
Strange how knowing our story had no happy ending had freed us to live in the moment. We weren’t guy and girl. We weren’t damaged and terminal. We were just now.
Life-transforming ideas have always come to me through books.” - Bell Hooks
I look out onto this world I'm in and hope that one day all people will be accepted and valued as they are.
It's hard enough to work and raise a family when your kids are all healthy and relatively normal, but when you add on some kind of disability or disease, it can just be such a burden.
With determination, it is possible to block out the negative things and enjoy the positive ones, despite the cons. Most importantly, it is possible to dance through everything pernicious.
Your attitude will either make or break you, we cannot change fate and the tragedies that enter our lives but we can choose how we want them to change us.
A bind is when you're quadriplegic, suicidal about that and unable to persuade your best friend to murder you.
Infectious diseases have become less prominent as causes of death and disability in regions of improved sanitation and adequate supplies of antibiotics.
Choosing to accept yourself is a political act. An act of liberation.
The typical Western diet is the number-one cause of premature death and the number-one cause of disability. In other words, a long and healthy life is largely a matter of choice.
Next to God, Family is the best thing.
Today, with tears in my eyes, I telephoned the mother of one of our children (aged thirteen) who had spoken for the first time since the age of three...
There are two kinds of 'disabled' persons: Those who dwell on what they have lost and those who concentrate on what they have left.
You can’t be beaten by something you laugh at.
People with disabilities are sometimes very humble and approachable, if you want a seasoned reputation, then behave like one of the handicaps.
If you have never did a mistake, then death is impossibe, but then, death is a possible mistake.
There is a plan and a purpose, a value to every life, no matter what its location, age, gender or disability.
I am disabled but I'm not my disability. Disability is just a little piece of me but it is not my whole personality
Stage fright is very common and could be overcomed through step by step processes, but stuttering is a fright that takes time to conquer.
Worry is yet another side effect of dying.
What's it like here?There's a biscuit factory next door. We get the broken ones.
My ability is greater than my disability.
Disability is often framed, in medical terms, as the ultimate disaster and certainly as a deficit.
The eligibility for food stamps has widened and widened welfare has been widened - unemployment insurance and disability insurance. These are all incentives not to work.
When it is managed effectively, in-home nursing can become a support for caregivers and families stressed with the care of a medically fragile child.
It takes a lot of confidence, and self-love and self-worth to realize that you are capable. And that you have every right to leave your lane, and to do things in the same way that other people do.
Nobody can see pain. They have no frame of reference for pain that's happening to someone else. They can only see inactivity - which they interpret as laziness.
..a disability is something within you. A prejudice is something within theemployer...don’t look at yourself through their eyes. Look at yourself through your own eyes.
I lost all I had known and gained a life I was yet to know.
You really don't have to subscribe to the life that had been written for you.
The more love and support your child receives, the richer his or her life becomes, and nurses can certainly add to the circle of love surrounding your child.
I had learned quickly that life doesn't always go the way I want it to, and that's okay. I still plod on.
There's nothing more debilitating about a disability than the way people treat you over it.
An exhausted parent can’t provide the best care, although occasionally, we have all had to do so.
Compassion, acceptance and LOVE is the cure to MOST of the issues that plague this world.
I could feel the bite of the autumn air, warning us all of the harsh winter that was on its way.
I often wished that more people understood the invisible side of things. Even the people who seemed to understand, didn't really.
The video was still playing, although I didn't know why. It seemed as if the able-bodied dancers were mocking me.
Dancing with a spinal cord injury is a challenge like no other, but I aspired to prove to myself that I could still be phenomenal dancer even with an SCI