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Success means many different things to many different people meaning that if one attains a desired goal through achievement he would be considered a success To me success is not about money or status in your community It is about happiness and achieving the goals that you set for yourself to make you happy Although everyone is different a mentally retarded person have their own learning pace and their own way to success To me their learning process is slower than the average adult A mentally retarded person have to be broken down into very small steps and repeated many times in order for a mentally retarded person to understand I have also noticed that the concepts most adults have been to internalize from our own experiences what we read and what we see around us must be taught to a mentally retarded person in the same way physical tasks are taught They often accept what they see on the surface and think in absolutes My best friend Charlie has a learning disability and a lack of concentration He could barely walk and talk He always stuttered and couldnt say a word for about 5 minutes Many people said he was a mentally retarded person but I considered him as another ordinary human being trying to understand the meaning of life He was about 4 to 5 feet tall has curly hair brown eyes and a cute little face like a little puppy dog begging for food I was in the seventh grade going on to eight I met him during my middle school year He was a nice guy and was in the eight grade but often quiet Loves to draw paint and maybe once in a while sing his favorite tune The Star Spangle Banner Everyday during lunch I stop by to see how he was doing He was always happy to see me always motivated and
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