November 16

Just as all obese people are not lazy, Not all disabilities are visible.

Many disabilities involve medical that are not seen such as epilepsy, diabetes, autism, etc. You don’t know there is a disability until something happens.

Also many people suffer from chronic pain, anxiety, depression, mental illness, PTSD, TBI, and many other issues that can’t be seen.

Just because a person looks okay doesn’t mean they are always okay.
“Don’t judge a book by it’s Cover.”

Many people go through things in their daily life that you can’t even begin to imagine.

Then to top it off they have to deal with angry people, demanding people, bullying people, uncooperative people, and rarely see a smile or here a thank you.

Whatever happened to the golden rule ” Do on to others as you would have them do onto you.”

It is time that our society takes a step back and stops judging others and just allows them to be accepted for who they are without judgement of color, sex, race, size, disability or abilities, and gives them the opportunities in life that they deserve.

Take time to learn and educator yourself about disabilities. Learn what you can do to help out.

Spend some time volunteering. Don’t be quick to judge but be supportive.

My father taught us “Never judge a person until you’ve walked a mile in there shoes.” It is a great philosophy to live by.

What have you done to make a difference in today’s world? Have you left a mark that will help generations to come or are you corporate minded?

Have a great day and smile:)

So until next time 🙂

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