Specially abled kids also have a RIGHT to live.

I’ve heard that sometimes, if parents find out that there is some deformity in their to-be-born child, or some kind of malfunction in the body, they are given the choice to abort the child. (In certain countries)

WHY??????

Who gives them the right to take that child’s life away even before he/she’s born? Why can’t that child LIVE??

EVEN THOUGH HE/SHE HAS A PROBLEM…. EVEN IF THERE IS A DEFORMITY, HE/SHE STILL HAS A RIGHT TO LIVE.

You cannot snatch that right away from the child and take away all his other abilities…

Maybe that deformed child CAN really make a huge difference in the world…

Maybe that specially-abled kid has a lot to give to this world…

Maybe he/she has a very bright destiny…

WHO ARE YOU TO DECIDE TO TAKE AWAY HIS/HER LIFE??? ISN’T THAT A SIN??

Today, the world has developed so much that there is a lot of information available about birth control. If you CANNOT take care of a child, don’t produce one.

But IF YOU WANT TO HAVE A CHILD, be prepared to deal with all deformities… abnormalities… or any other malfunctions in his/her body. Be prepared to LOVE YOUR CHILD, inspite of any abnormalities.

DO NOT TAKE THE CHILD’s LIFE AWAY BEFORE HE/SHE IS BORN.

I understand that it’s a blessing to have a healthy child but it’s absolutely fine to have a specially abled child too….THERE IS NO CHILD IN THIS WORLD WHO DOESNT HAVE ANY HEALTH ISSUE….. Humans are MORTAL…. Everyone is bound to have issues and die one day…

LET LIFE FLOURISH…. inspite of any deformities…..

There are thousands of examples of how specially abled children have MADE a difference in this world…

Here’s an article about EXTRAORDINARY PERSONALITIES with disabilities:

Reference: https://www.oneindia.com/feature/in-pics-10-extraordinary-personalities-with-disabilities-1580686.html

Disability: Born with right hand only – Bharat Kumar was born with a right hand by birth, but his physical disability never dissuade him from pursuing his dreams. Born on Dec 10, 1989, Bharat Kumar, a world champion, has made Bharat (India) proud by winning over 50 medals in para- swimming contests.

Disability: Amputee – The renowned Indian classical dancer and TV actress Sudha Chandran met an accident, at the age of 17, when she was travelling from Mumbai to Chennai. In the tragedy, she lost her left leg that had to be amputated. But, the brave woman did not give up her indomitable spirit and continued to fulfill her dream and profession with the help of Jaipur foot.

Disability: Amputee – 27-year-old Arunima Sinha lost her left leg in an unfortunate incident on April 11, 2011. Achievement: Despite the fact that she lost a leg, she did not gave up the spirit of her life and defied all conceivable odds. Infact, Arunima decided to convert her weakness into her biggest strength and by her true determination, on May 21, 2013, she achieved the rare feat to become the first Indian amputee to conquer the Mount Everest, with the help of a prosthetic leg.

Disability: Became Quadriplegic at the age of 18 on 11th July, 1998.– Achievement: Preethi Srinivasan, who was the captain of the under-19 Tamil Nadu women’s cricket team during its only victory in a national tournament in 1997 and a champion in swimming, has defeated her disabilities with her strong will.

Disability: Lost one leg in a train accident, when he was just 2 years old. Achievement: Girish Sharma, a badminton champion, has proved that no matter whatever the circumstances are, you can still be a Champion in your preferred field in your life. The determined boy never let his disability to become an obstacle in achieving his goals. In an interview, Girish was quoted as saying, “When I was a child, I used to play Cricket, Football, Badminton with normal children of my age. My disability was nowhere near in my mind. I enjoyed those games as much as a normal person does.”

Disability: Suffers from rare motor neuron disease and speaks with the help of a voice synthesiser. When he was 21 years old, the doctors declared that he would not survive more than 2 or 3 years. He was born on January 8, 1942 and was diagnosed with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease. In 2009, he lost his control over different parts of the body including arms, legs and voice and at the end of 2009, he totally became paralysed. Achievement: One of the most brilliant scientists alive, wheelchair-bound British theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking, attended Oxford University in England, as an undergraduate student. He received his Ph.D in 1966 from Cambridge University. By the time he was 35 years old, Hawking was Cambridge’s first Gravitational Physics professor and received the Lucasian Professor of Mathematics award. [Artificial intelligence could end humanity, warns Stephen Hawking] Stephen Hawking has also published a book called A Brief History of Time: From the Big Bang to Black Holes.

Disability: Born on March 14, 1879 and had a learning disability and did not speak until age 3. He had a very difficult time doing maths in school. It was also very hard for him to express himself through writing. Was severely dyslexic and autistic. Achievement: The great Albert Einstein fought his disability and entered into the world of theoretical physics where he changed the face of physics and science forever. His theory of relativity is said to be the most revolutionary theory of physics. He won a Nobel Prize for his photoelectric effect theory in 1921.

Disability: Dyslexic in his childhood and attended a special school. Achievement: Eventually, Abhishek overcame the disorder and went on to become a classic actor. His father and Bollywood legend Amitabh Bacchan too miraculously survived a fatal accident in 1982 on the sets of film “Coolie”, but, with his strong determination, he still rules the Indian film industry.

LET LIFE THRIVE ….. INSPITE OF ANY DISABILITIES OR DEFORMITIES….. EVERY LIFE IS A BLESSING…. NO MATTER HOW PERFECT OR HOW DEFORMED….

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