Columbia University in the City of New York

Helen Keller

When they arrive they all cheered and hugged both glad to see them safely. The people were very proud of their hero, who taught him a lesson to all those who believed that Rafaelito was a disabled child. "A disability is a tragedy, it was inconvenient." Disability means "restriction or lack (resulting from an impairment) of ability to perform an activity in the manner or within the range considered normal for a human being. It includes functional limitations or restrictions to perform an activity resulting from a deficiency. Disabilities are disorders that are defined in terms of how they affect a person's life. Some examples of disabilities include difficulty seeing, speaking or hearing usually moving or climbing stairs, or reaching to grasp an object, bathing, eating or toileting. We all have defects and qualities, some of them are more obvious defects. Some external and visible to the naked eye, others more internal, more difficult to detect.

Helen Keller is a figure that represents a great value among humans. A person filled with faith, hope and optimism. Its status as blind, deaf and dumb, – until he learned to speak several languages, not to represent any obstacle for her to want to know, want to learn and try to understand the world, writing several books and above all give us a lesson in life example of perseverance, hope, strength of will and love for life, faith. "When we do the best we can, we never know what miracle occurs in our life or that of others." (Helen Keller) "I'm just one person.

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