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A Life of Inconvenience and Dependancy Imagine yourself checking into a hotel You are asked by the hotel clerk to sign your name to the register Once again you get a sinking feeling in the pit of your stomach You lower your head so as not to meet the salesclerks eyes Im sorry I dont know how you sadly state Anxiously you look around for your adult son The clerk has called the manager over They are whispering about what to do You turn around to see a line of people behind you Some are looking at you empathetically but it does not make up for the ones who are shaking their heads with annoyance The manager says louder than you wish If you dont know how then sign an X People who are illiterate are confronted with problems that range from inconvenient to insurmountable They are often humiliated and constantly dependent on other people For an illiterate person ordinary everyday tasks can become difficult challenges Going on a vacation could become stressful instead of relaxing and enjoyable Finding your way through and airport without reading the signs is unimaginable Navigating your car without reading road maps and signs would be near impossible Managing money could be very problematic for an illiterate person It is possible that a great deal of their money could be lost or stolen If one could not read and interpret their bank statements or sign their checks and other financial documents would they even be allowed to have a checking account It is likely that a great deal of an illiterates money is lost on things accidently purchased Packages and bottles could be easily mistaken for each other without reading the labels so the wrong products would be bought In the event a person could not count their money when making a purchase they would have to rely on the honesty of the cashier to give them the correct
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