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The Memoirs of Helen Keller and Anne Sullivan

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Hello! As Deaf, you sure know who is Helen Keller. Deaf and Blind community always remembered Helen Keller and Anne Sullivan because they are very hardworking and always face some challenges in their life. She was blind, and deaf and not let her disability make a barrier on her from achieving her dream! Finally, Helen Keller became a world famous author, activist, and speaker. She always stand up to speak the justice, and rights of disability community, as helping the disability people around the world.

Her parent, relatives and Anne Sullivan, her teacher always support Helen Keller no matter she never give up when she was achieveing her dream. You can learn the lessons from her.

Helen Keller, blind and deaf - "There always be a Light in the Darkness. At same time, the silence of darkness always make us fear but, with our heart, we must not give up until get to success".
  • Impossible is nothing
  • Be open and flexible
  • Focus on the Positive
  • Go After Your Dreams
  • Must have a Goal
  • Your Destiny is in Your hands
If you think one door of happiness closes in your life, mean your life is negative and jealous on others' life. Why? Because you not see a door of happniess which opened for yourself. So, you should to use your time and focus to find the new opportunity to continue your adventure, until you get to see a door of happniess! Set your mind on what you want to accomplish, and don’t stop until you get there!

Read Helen Keller's story at http://www.nndb.com/people/074/000046933/

Life is a succesion of lessons which must be lived to be understood.” - Helen Keller.

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