Fri. Nov 15th, 2019

You Must Know These 5 People with Disabilities Successfully Conquer the World

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There are several examples of successful disabilities in their respective fields.

Call it Achmad Zulkarnain from Banyuwangi, who is known for his determination to become a photographer. There is also Angkie Yudistia who has been deaf since the age of 10 who is now the CEO of This able Enterprise, a company that concentrates on helping people with disabilities.

Based on information from the United Nations, in the world, there are as many as 15 percents or as long as 1 billion people with disabilities. Conditions that make them get revised while the same as ordinary people, people with disabilities can also be creative. Here are the figures of people with disabilities who have succeeded in each of their fields, as quoted by the Huffington Post page and Success Stories, Monday (3/12/2018).

Stevie Wonder

This singer and pianist still smell good to this day. Blind conditions do not limit it in work.
Stevie Wonder started listening since the 1980s. The viral song is ‘I Just Call to Say I Love You.’ He continued to spawn his new album until the 2000s. During his career, Stevie Wonder has won 22 awards from the Grammy Awards. The name Stevie Wonders has entered the Hall of Fame.

Stephen Hawking

Hawking is known as among the most familiar physicists in the world who died March 14, 2018. He had Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis or ALS, several neurological diseases whose 90 percent cause is unknown. ALS attacks nerve cells that control movement, to the point where it is difficult to move the arms, legs, and face.

During his life, Hawking proved Albert Einstein’s theory of relativity as space and periods of definite beginning and end. This theory voices a theory that alludes to that black holes are not completely black, but emit radiation and are released.

Helen Keller

Blindness and deafness did not create Helen Keller stopped making. Women who appeared in Alabama, the United States on June 27, 1880, proved the world of all people born with their respective advantages. Helen can lend herself like everyone else. She successfully became a writer, political activist, and lecturer. She also prioritizes the interests of people with disabilities.

Beethoven

Ludwig van Beethoven is known as one of the best piano and composers ever. At the beginning of 20 years, his hearing was still good, and he created many beautiful musical compositions. At the age of 30, his career looked good, but he was hard of hearing to begin to feel.

“About the last three years, my hearing began to fall,” Beethoven wrote in a letter at the age of 30 to visitors.

At the age of 42, he can still listen to sound and music. However, at the age of 44, he really could not hear. Even so, he can still imagine the music in his mind. In the last ten years, a large number of works were not made, one of which was the legendary ‘Grosse Fuge, Op. 133 ‘.

Frida Kahlo

Frida Kahlo, a Mexican painter since the age of 6 years, was exposed to polio. This condition creates the right foot smaller than the left. Even so, the father encouraged him to move like normal, like playing football, swimming, and wrestling.

As a teenager, he was hit by a broken bone. In the recovery period, he chose to waste time by painting himself. “I paint myself because I do not like myself and the best subject that I know myself,” Kahlo said in an opportunity as quoted on his website.

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