Both Sides of the Spectrum

Little gifts of kindness make all the difference. It’s interesting. Since I was a little girl, helping others made me happy. Nowdays, I am appreciating the kindness of others.  I have learning from both sides of the spectrum.

I also learned greatly from walking for many years and now using a scooter or walker. I walked unassisted for 35+ years and now I use a scooter or walker. I have learned much from walking on both sides of the spectrum.

People often equate my personhood to my walking ability. It is like judging someone based on their appearance. It is not sufficient.

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