Helen Keller, an extraordinary human being who fought for the disabled and handicapped people. It's amazing how Helen Keller was able to overcome her extreme limitations due to blindness and deafness, especially during the time where there was not much support for the disabled people. Helen did not want to settle and be put in some institution for the rest of her life. Luckily, she had a very supportive family. This led her on a journey to explore the unknown in the realm of darkness and limitations one step at a time.
Due to her disabilities, Helen Keller was able to sharpen and master other perceptions like touch, feel and imagination. She loved to imagine things, that's how she was able to see through things, creating imaginary worlds with the power of the mind. Helen got a lot of help from famous people like Mark Twain, Rockefellers, several Presidents of the United States, established authors and others to support her cause. Helen found and funded numerous non-profit organizations to support many causes related to her own motivations.
Helen Keller was able to travel around the world to give speeches in order to educate people about the disabled and made significant points on how handicapped were not worthless in the society. She has been an inspiration for many blind, deaf and disabled people around the world. Helen even graduated collage, published few books and accomplished so much more than most people who have no problems with hearing and sight.
Imagine if you are blind and deaf, you would probably go insane, because of the inability to hear and see anything. Yet, Helen Keller developed her other perceptions to cope with those limitations. It takes a lot of courage.
This is more than just a biography, it's a story of an extraordinary person with good heart, strong will no matter what. Helen Keller is a perfect example for someone who can achieve unbelievable things despite her condition and get remarkable results. It's mind blowing. Grab your copy now!