Seeing the unseen

“Face your deficiencies and acknowledge them; but do not let them master you. Let them teach you patience, sweetness, insight.”

~ Helen Keller (1880-1968) American Writer

Cover of "The Story of My Life"

Cover of The Story of My Life

Such a powerful statement by someone who faced so many difficult challenges in her life. This is how Helen overcame her physical “blindness” to the world around her and enabled her to see things in such a way that most who have sight cannot. Everyone is either born with or faces some deficiencies in their life, so learning how to properly overcome them is essential to living a life that is physically, emotionally and spiritually healthy. To learn how to do this, just read Helen Keller’s book entitled, “The Story of My Life” and you’ll be uplifted, overjoyed and renewed with life. Then all you’ll need to do is share your new found abundance for life with everyone you can, and you’ll see your deficiencies disappear for good. You will then become the master of your life. 

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6 responses to “Seeing the unseen

  1. Watch this rare video of Helen and her life-long teacher describing the ground-breaking process they developed together to communicate.

  2. Very inspirational person. Her home was not too far from where my grandparents lived in Alabama.

  3. Thank you for this amazing share.
    The quote itself is so inspiring and deep. Everyone can identify with it.
    Regards,

  4. I’ve always been fascinated by Helen Keller and her teacher. I had no idea there were any videos of them together. Thank you for sharing it!

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