Disability is a matter of perception. If you can do just one thing well, you’re needed by someone.
“I choose not to place “DIS”, in my ability.”
A story is told about Beethoven, a man not known for social grace. Because of his deafness he found conversations difficult and humiliating. when he heard of the death of a friend’s son, Beethoven hurried to the house, overcome with grief. He had no words of comfort to offer. But he saw a piano in the room. for the next half hour he played the piano, pouring out his sorrows in the most eloquent way he could. When he finished playing, he left. The friend later remarked that no one else’s visit had meant so much.
What is the lesson? use what you have to do what is required of you, to do what you must. You are never too poor to give to others, never too inadequate to make others lives better. Touched by a living heart, wakened by kindness, chords that were broken will vibrate once more.
In your own way give service, with your own weakness strive, understand that you have so much to offer regardless of who or how you be. Do not underestimate the power within, the greatness of your weakness to impact transformation, to inspire change. At your point of weakness lies your strength, at your point of inadequacy lies your greatest potential, at your point of stagnation, lies the power and energy to move you towards your path of greatness.
I do not understand the meaning of disability.! Everyone is always able to achieve beyond their greatest imagination regardless of their physical condition.