I find the stories of these three women who went on to achieve great things in spite of their limitations inspiring. You can be anything no matter your life’s or birth limitations. I am also encouraged to help other women become just like Helen Keller’s teacher did even though she was deaf/blind. Thanks Mariah Hurdle for sharing this beautiful post.
This is my fourth time participating in this Challenge.
I want to thank Betcha Didn’t Know https://betchadidntknowthis.wordpress.com for nominating me to participate in the “3 Quotes, 3 days Challenge.” This is an opportunity for me to share with you the quotes that inspire me. Please visit her lively and colorful blog.
- Do quotes for 3 days
- Display 3 quotes per day
- Nominate 3 bloggers per day
- Notify each of nomination
- Have fun!
3 Quotes for Day #1
Helen Adams Keller (June 27, 1880 – June 1, 1968) was an American author, political activist, and lecturer. She was the first deaf-blind person to earn a Bachelor of Arts degree from Harvard University. Helen Keller’s teacher broke through the isolation of her complete lack of language, and encouraged the girl to blossom as she learned to communicate.
This quote is not only for women, it applies equally well for men.
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