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Sometimes its unfortunate to be different Then at other times being different makes you special unique I see being deaf as being as much of a blessing as a curse You would have completely different out looks on life I presume that it would be more difficult for the children who are born deaf to not understand whats going on around them But on a slightly higher note they dont know what there missing Parents who give birth to deaf children face a difficult choice Do they decide to put them into a residential school or do they try to main stream them Life is about over coming problems or at least learning to accept them These distinctive families though their road will have more bumps will become stronger and hopefully more united in the end I once heard a saying one persons trash is another persons treasure In a twisted way this is an example of that To me it is unimaginable to not be able to hear whats going on around me There would be no alarm clock to wake you up no radio to sing with in the shower no talking on the phone after a hard day of work I would be completely cut off from what was going on around me I can not fathom being deaf and there for will not try Many deaf people when asked the question that always seems to show up would you rather be hearing forcefully answer No They understand how their life is and dont see it as a disability like many people do They see it as a different way of living neither better or worse than hearing just simply different As Helen Keller once said Blindness cuts people off from things Deafness cuts people off from people I believe that deaf children should be put in residential schools In the residential schools there are people there who are trained
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