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Dont let a Disability Hold you Back... They Didnt

There is nothing in this world that should hold you back from achieving your goals and living your dreams, not even disabilities. Donít let anything stop you, these amazing people didnít.†

God created the human race with different shapes, sizes and eye colors. Some have perfectly functioning vision while some others do not. Many individuals do not agree that being blind is a liability. To them, it serves as a challenge to be different and excel and be known in the field that they have chosen. Visual defects, whether caused by genetic anomalies or due to trauma contracted later in life, is undoubtedly associated with major limitations in several aspects of life.

Alicia Alonso, a Cuban prima ballerina, choreographer and director continued to dance lead roles despite her failing eyesight. She was diagnosed with a detached retina and had three unsuccessful eye surgeries which may have been partially contributed by her stubbornness to adhere to treatment and post-operative restrictions. At the age of nineteen, she was believed to have suffered from an eye disease that made her partially blind. Despite her affliction, she continued to dance. She fully utilized various light colors strategically positioned in various points on the stage. She required her partners to be in the exact location where she expected them to be. With her own consummate style, she left a mark on the international world of dance.

He was born six weeks premature, his visual defect may have been exacerbated by the oxygen being pumped into the incubator where he remained for a period of time. Stevie Wonder suffered from retinopathy since birth. Even so he became an American singer-songwriter, record producer, instrumentalist and the first ever male artist who got 22 Grammy to his name. Even with great obstacles he became known for his exceedingly beautiful voice and famous worldwide.

The Italian tenor and Grammy nominee Andrea Boccelli was diagnosed with an eye disease called glaucoma after he started exhibiting signs of blindness. A football accident, caused him to go completely blind when he was twelve. Despite that he has over 22 pop and classical album recordings to his glory. He is a Billboard's top ten artist, and has a number one in classical album charts in the US and made riches for selling more than 70 million of albums worldwide was blind. †Such disability, howeverFeature Articles, did not stop him from becoming a world renowned performer.

Some individuals who are disabled are given unique support to strengthen them wherever they are deemed weak. In other words if a person canít see their ears and other senses are stronger than that of people who have all 5 senses working. They have to overcompensate in some areas for being weaker in others and that can bring out their greatest talents. Any disability should not pose as a hindrance for us to achieve our goals or lower the quality of our performance

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