assuages my soul
its subdued light
speaks of the Almighty
in silent whispers
that are drowned out by sunlight
and the mania of summer.
Originally posted on WORLD YOUTH SUCCESS INSPIRER:
Imagine that someone said this:”People with disabilities are a liability to society. They are not only inferior to normal people, but they are helpless and of no use to anyone. They should not be asking to enjoy the same basic human rights like others. They deserve no respect. They are to be pitied.”
What would you say in response? How do you see people with disabilities? Do they deserve to be treated like other human beings? Can they do what people without disabilities can do?
Write your answer in the comment box. The best comments or enduring statements on this topic shall be published on Friday as ‘Great quotable quotes by contemporaries’. Kindly byline your comment as you would like the world to know you.
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Love always to all,
A lone fir tree
stands stalwart in a forest of red
watching over the turtles sleeping peacefully
in their hibernaculum
in the icy pond
watches over us
A silent night of peace to each of you
and a berry, merry Christmas!