Saturday, December 03, 2011

Differently able

If there’s a word my entire world completes within is my ‘parents’, and they are everything to me I can say enough and their ability is what foremost to me to survive in everyday life. I can’t imagine a life left behind them and how many times I say I am not content with words or a mind of satisfaction that want so much to speak about and feels so eternal grateful.

I’m sure there’s a great challenge waiting for us ahead and it’s going to be tough more than enough today, I’m intend to live hold to the pieces of shattered hopes than thinking and worrying about the future unknown. I know it’s not a best attitude to ignore the thoughts about future, but if it’s going to be the worst for sure it’s nice being prevented and spared on live moments.

Moved to wheels for complete two and half years after lost back the ability to walk on caliper shoes and on my foot five years ago, I’m much movable in power wheels on plains than bitter walkabout in pain. I’m really grateful to the creators of these tools that support me when i unable to walk easy and life would have been setback a lot difficulty if these options doesn’t allowed to me.

The calipers that helped me walkabout for nearly a decade deserves the ability of me to stand even today and operation of power wheelchair on my own gives a freedom like feel even it’s for a certain distance or within home. I can’t even think of the difficulty in the absence of wheels and it would be the worst ever to change from one place to another and I am glad that I live in this advanced age to enjoy these comforts.

Footnote:

I like to thank everyone who supports me on this harsh journey and I’m sure without nobody beside I would have not enjoying this difficult world from being differently able. Thank you all here for listening to me and today is World Disability Day and the theme of this year is “Together for a better world for all: Including persons with disabilities in development”.

9 comments:

kalaiselvisblog said...

buddy... just be happy always... i always proud of u...

ur words, ur post, ur blog always reflects ur confidence...

tc buddy... dont feel 4 anything.. v r always here with u...

Anonymous said...

we are so proud of u jeevan...you are an inspiration to many.

ashok

Shreya said...

Look at your name: JEEVAN, So soulful. Life offers us many heart breaking phases. But then it tells us how to mend it as well. And don't consider yourself as disabled. Disabled is one who can't try for chances, you do try for chances. If we are missing something in our body that's not disability. Life is much more. Stay happy. Very touching post. I feel your are a strong person. God bless, take care. :)

Lakshmi said...

I have never stopped being inspired by your attitude to life Jeevan..I think you are most abled than most of us here, keep it going buddy

Rakesh Vanamali said...

Jeevan, I have always looked up to you as an example of persistence and determination with unbounded optimism. And so, I feel, I've known the most able of people that I have known.

Jeevan said...

• Thanks so much Kalai… I don’t feel down, just expressed what comes by.

• Thanks Ashok! I’m glad that you all proud of me :)

• I agree Shreya. We are not disabled... but differently able :) Thanks so much for your encouragement!

• Glad knowing about it Lakshmi. Thanks for being beside here to lean your support.

• I’m happy to receive your great complements Rakesh! I always believe that best is yet to come and I feel it taking me to next phase even there are few setbacks.

Babli said...

Your name "Jeevan" is appropriate as you are very optimistic, full of life, courageous, friendly, excellent writer and confident.

eden said...

What an inspiring post! thank you for sharing.

A.Velu said...

Great