Deaf and blind, Helen Keller overcame a world of darkness with foresight.
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Deaf and blind she faced a future of total darkness. But by pressing her fingers into her teacher’s hands, Helen Keller was able to spell and at long last she could see hope and a bright future. Foresight…Pass it on. This message is a courtesy of The
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Nancy from NJ AUGUST 22, 2017
Nice radio ad about Helen Keller it made me think of The Miracle Worker which told her story personally i like the 1999 TV Film version with Hallie Eisenberg as Helen
Linda from USA JANUARY 7, 2016
You can overcome anything!
lion kenneth khiwa mhlanga from zimbabwe APRIL 23, 2012
Helen Keller,our mother of hope,left a living legacy for the underpriviledged,that disability is not an inability but a mere disadvantage and that we are all equal under the eyes our the almighty -God.
Alejandro H. Mendez from Pasco, WA APRIL 23, 2012
People who are also ignorant are also blind. There is a spanish saying that says: "El que no sabe es como el que no ve."