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Massage to all the disability people

You have a chance to live 🥰Dear incredible souls,

By GRAY Published 3 months ago 3 min read

Discrimination against disabled people occurs on a daily basis. People living without limitations or without disabled loved ones, often do not understand what these people go through every day, therefore making an insulting comment or rude They say people are scared of change, and you can clearly see this when it comes to people with disabilities. Many schools, companies, and associations refuse to let disabled people be a part of them. Once again, they say these people are not capable of taking care of their disability. Most people with disabilities have been trained to properly handle their limitation and take care of themselves. They have lived with this for quite a time and they are completely capable of looking after their health. Although some disabilities require extra care and assistance, I think it is wrong to not give them the job if they are fully qualified and able to do the work. I am aware of schools in my city that refuses do take disabled people of any kind, because they say they don’t want people that are not “normal”. Further, there are schools that do accept disabled people, but even if you are able to, you are not allowed to do sport or any physical activity at school. Part of this, is the fact that people think if they cannot see your disability, you do not have it. Not all disabilities are physical, but rather a serious chronic disease. Some places offer special care for disabled people, for example, a fridge to keep your medicine or extra time in an exam if something goes wrong. There are many people that say you are abusing the system. I experienced something very similar, In a world that often races ahead, let us pause to appreciate the remarkable strength, resilience, and beauty within each of you. Disabilities do not define you; they reveal the extraordinary power of the human spirit. Embrace your uniqueness, for it is a beacon that lights up the path toward a more compassionate and inclusive world.

Remember, your journey is not a solo expedition but a shared odyssey that unites us all. Society, like a tapestry, is woven with threads of diverse experiences. Your presence adds vibrant colors and intricate patterns, making it richer and more profound. Embrace your differences, for they are the brushstrokes that paint a masterpiece.

In the face of adversity, you are the unsung heroes who compose symphonies of courage. Your strength echoes in the resilience that transcends barriers, both physical and societal. Each step you take, every obstacle you conquer, reverberates as a testament to the indomitable human spirit. Your victories are not just personal; they are a triumph for every heart that beats with hope.

It is essential to recognize that disability is not a synonym for limitation. Instead, it is a portal to boundless possibilities. Your unique perspective reshapes the world, challenging it to be more inclusive, accepting, and understanding. Your voice, like a melody, harmonizes with others, creating a chorus that celebrates diversity.

Let society not pity you but stand in awe of your achievements. Break the shackles of stereotypes and preconceived notions. Show the world that ability is not confined to a specific set of norms but is a kaleidoscope of talents waiting to be In this digital age, your stories possess the power to transcend geographical boundaries. Share your triumphs, struggles, and moments of joy. The internet can be a vast canvas where your narratives paint a picture of inspiration for others. Let your experiences be a beacon of hope for those traversing similar paths, proving that obstacles can be stepping stones to greatness.

In conclusion, to our friends navigating the world with disabilities, you are not alone; you are part of a global community that admires, respects, and learns from you. Your journey is a testament to the strength of the human spirit and a reminder that diversity is the heartbeat of our shared existence. Let your stories resonate, and together, let us create ripples of change that turn into waves of inclusion.


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About the Creator


I’M a black AFRICAN WOMAN,who believes so much is experiences sometimes so many of us didn’t experience life upbringing until we live that life ourselves.WHAT DO U LIVE FOR ??

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