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Mothers love for their children is precious and strong They watch their children grow up and they share in their learning their joys and their tears They are there to listen and to guide They give the gift of life to a bundle of prominent joy The love between these two a mother and a child is like no other But what happens if the newborn child is not a perfect bundle of joy Some parents dont know what to do if their child has a disease or is disabled in some way They simply figure the child has special needs and can not do things for himher self They basically pity the child The real problem of the disability blindness is not the lack of eyesight The real problem is the misunderstanding and lack of information which exist If a blind child has proper training and opportunity blindness is only a physical problem In the amazing play The Miracle Worker teacher Annie Sullivan finds herself absorbed in a fierce battle of determination as she attempts to communicate with the blind and deaf Helen Keller Determined to treat Helen as an equal and without pity Sullivan claims only brief triumphs over Helens unruly behavior angry outbursts and stubborn resistance The miracle occurs when Annie forces Helen to the water pump to refill a pitcher of water and Helen through the feel of water and memory begins to understand the gift of language The greatest quality of the character Annie was the way she wanted to treat Helen right from the beginning as an equal and without pity The line Mrs Keller I dont think Helens worst handicap is deafness or blindness I think its your love And pity is so true If Mrs Keller only knew how much she was hurting Helen out of pity she could have helped Helen learn that everything had a name and each name gave birth to a new thought
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