We Walk By Faith, Not By Sight

Kim's Ability Books

Walk By Faith, Not By SightWhen I decided to be an advocate for people with disabilities, I never imagined that I would give birth to a child with a disability much less be in a relationship with someone who was blind. However, people with disabilities possess the same human emotions, have the same needs and desires. We tend to isolate people who are different. But, the difference is what makes life interesting, challenging and worth the struggle. Many people who have experienced difficult challenges in life have risen above their circumstances to become fearless leaders, great musicians, prominent writers and to do admirable things.

Since I am such a visual person, I wonder how I would cope with losing my sight. Sometimes we take so much for granted. I admire my partner for maneuvering himself around the city, the apartment or in the grocery store. I have a difficult time and I have my sight…

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