Helen Keller was stricken blind and deaf as an infant, isolated from the world and from her fellow human beings. But during childhood the sensitive receptors in her fingertips put her in touch with the world. By feeling, she studied objects, nature, people and experiences the thoughts and emotions that made her a human being. As a girl of 14 she sat at the side of Samuel Clemens as her fingers “read from his lips” the stories he told.
AMAZING ISN’T IT?
20/20 VISION — SEEING YOUR POSSIBILITIES!