These Helen Keller Quotes Will Draw You ‘Out Of The Dark’

Helen Keller, at the age of two she suffered an illness that left her blind and deaf. Her parents took her to Dr. Alexander Graham Bell who recommended the Perkins Institute for the Blind in Boston. Her life changed. A door closed, but another opened. Her concern for all the blind around the world, especially those blinded in World War I, got her to share the light and vision she saw. She was a political activist, people called her naïve, she worked for the blind, deaf, people gave her international honors, she left behind a legacy in the form of her writings, people still are inspired by them. Here are some quotes that will make you say ‘Let Us Have Faith’…

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Is It Alright To Lose Battles You Wanna Win?

When all you can do is pretend to read that unfinished book of yours with that goddamn bad habit you cannot quit, and revisit how you lost those little battles that you fought, wishing for more battles to happen, so that someday you can know what it’s like to win. What do you do when that realization strikes? Accept the chaos and own it like your own, right?

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