Writing In Faith: Inspiration From All-Time Greats With Severe Chronic Physical Impairments

Unknown engraver after Hubbard, Work-School for the Blind, Euston Road. Engraving (published in Illustrated London News, 24 April 1858). Credit: Chronicle / Alamy Stock Photo.

Writing In Faith Without Physical Sight

JOHN MILTON

HELEN KELLER

JAMES JOYCE

Frances Ridley Havergal

Inspirations From This Quartet And Similar Minds

  1. They neither focussed on their calamities nor conquests. They used their circumstances to pen words of hope for mankind.
  2. No grumbling. Just gratitude, fortitude, joyfulness and patience.
  3. Their words and penmanship were accompanied by selfless deeds.
  4. Providing Hope, adding Value and making Positive Impact on Society were their primary objectives, not Monetization.

So, keep writing — no matter what — and keep inspiring hundreds, thousands and just maybe millions of our fellow humankind including generations yet unborn!!!

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Neurosurgeon. Founder, Pan Africa Children Advocacy Watch-www.pacaw.org. Author of the book: RESCUE THYSELF: Change In Sub-Saharan Africa Must Come From Within

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Sylvanus A AYENI, M.D.

Sylvanus A AYENI, M.D.

Neurosurgeon. Founder, Pan Africa Children Advocacy Watch-www.pacaw.org. Author of the book: RESCUE THYSELF: Change In Sub-Saharan Africa Must Come From Within

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