I wish I could explain to people. What it’s like to have something to say. The beautiful words that are so those get entangled in your own ethereal joy. As the words find a way, be it written through the ink or through the dance of typing, a further embarrassment my inability to communicate.
For some of the simple is being illiterate. This is something to be corrected by obtaining education. But imagine your intelligent every time you take a letter be read or written. It just times away. Dictation is an option that is met with challenges and requiring isolation. The technology may offer a way to vocalize to be visualized the glory of words. What do you do you? Continue reading
The conference was organized by Drs. Brock and Fernette Eide of Dyslexic Advantage and supported by a grant from the Emily Hall Tremaine Foundation.
My personal take away from this is in two requirement for a dyslexic to shine or express their talents. Embraces the information you are craving. So you might express. Keep people with you that complete your team. So might leverage the knowledge and your team signature talent.
It is hard to disagree with this piece. I just think there are ways to win is just be unwilling to let go of the best of thing. We do need to connect to the flaws and pain of ourselves to write better. Thankfully I do see people everyday that redefine what “anything” can be.
I would have a lot more time on my hands.
My To Do list would be a lot shorter.
Time management wouldn’t be such a bear.
But, I am a writer.
My dad is fond of saying, “You can have anything you want, you just can’t have everything you want.” This particular bit of wisdom annoys me, partly because it feels limiting, but mostly because it’s so damn true.
You can’t say “yes” to one thing without saying “no” to something else. All choices involve sacrifice.
Artists are known for sacrifice. Writers, painters, performers – all of them choose their art over other things – security, comfort, leisure, even relationships.
We make ourselves vulnerable by opening our hearts up to the world. We sacrifice the safe anonymity of the non-artistic life, choosing instead to willingly subject ourselves…
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(This post has not been edited to help people to understand the challenge of a dyslexic. You should know that these words were spelled wrong and auto corrected.)
When someone is blind it easy for everyone to understand what it i that they might need as help. They can begin to define the tool need to help a sightly person address the abstitcals (I mean obstacles) within that one individuals world. Continue reading
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