Helen Keller

05 Jul

At the age of 19 months, Helen became deaf and blind. But that didn’t stop her. She was the first deaf and blind person to earn a Bachelor of Arts degree as she loved to study and gain knowledge.  Physical challenges didn’t stop her from pursuing her dreams. She devoted her life for the welfare of the society and the people in it. she was an inspiration for blind as well as ordinary people.

A writer, speaker, and advocate with a spirit of determination known throughout the world. Her faith, determination, and spirit helped her to accomplish far more than many people expected. In fact, she won the admiration of famous figures from all over the world. The following offers a glimpse into the inspirational life of Helen Keller.

A woman who stood up for herself, broke barriers, and helped other people just because she could. She showed that Deaf and blind people deserved respect.Helen showed that it doesn’t matter if person has a disability. She showed that if a person works hard and has persistence, that person can make it.

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