She is standing at the entrance of a company with files. Oh, perhaps she might request employment expressing her disability, one might think. Only half of this is truth. She is seeking employment, not for herself, but for others like her - other physically challenged women. She hasn't had her left forehand right from her birth. She used to visit remote villages and identify challenged women in distress who hold no hope for their future. She talks to them lovingly, giving courage and hope. These challenged women gather full energy on seeing her blooming face with just one hand. She trains them in suitable jobs and enables them to live on their own. Because of her tireless endeavor, many have completed their studies and gotten employment. She resigned her bread-winning job to make her dream a reality. She has no time to think of herself; she is too busy going to the villages to wipe the tears away from her own challenged sisters.
Submitted by Anonymous
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