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An Impulse to Soar...

An Impulse to Soar... - Helen, cie1, co1orful, Keller, rainbow, sky, fow1, tree, bird, soaring, Helen Keller, blue sky
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I love this quote by Helen Keller. She was truly an amazing woman, and so was her teacher, Annie Sullivan. Because of severe illness, Helen became blind and deaf when she was barely 2 years old. Annie Sullivan came into her life when she was about 8 years old. Annie Sullivan taught her how to communicate using the Manual Alphabet. Helen, with her teacher's help eventually learned to speak and earned a degree at Radcliffe College, which was the women's equivalent school to Harvard University. (At the time, only men went to Harvard.)

I hope that Helen's story and what she says here inspires you as much as it inspires me. :D

CollieSmile :)

PS. This is my own photograph, but I did not have the luck to capture the rainbow with my camera! I made and added it, so that the bird would appear to be soaring over the rainbow. :)
CollieSmile Uploaded by CollieSmile on . An Impulse to Soar... - Desktop Nexus Abstract Download free wallpapers and background images: An Impulse to Soar.... Desktop Nexus Abstract background ID 1759027. I love this quote by Helen Keller. She was truly an amazing woman, and so was her teacher, Annie Sullivan. Because of severe illness, Helen became blind and deaf when she was barely 2 years old. Annie Sullivan came into her life when she was about 8 years old. Annie Sullivan taught her how to communicate using the Manual Alphabet. Helen, with her teacher's help eventually learned to speak and earned a degree at Radcliffe College, which was the women's equivalent school to Harvard University. (At the time, only men went to Harvard.)

I hope that Helen's story and what she says here inspires you as much as it inspires me. :D

CollieSmile :)

PS. This is my own photograph, but I did not have the luck to capture the rainbow with my camera! I made and added it, so that the bird would appear to be soaring over the rainbow. :)
Rating: 4.1

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Wallpaper Comments (2)

emma999
Posted by emma999 on 03/30/17 at 01:31 AM
Truly remarkable women and the story! Thank you!
Kittycatty
Posted by Kittycatty on 06/05/14 at 03:57 AM
great 1+ :)
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Total Downloads: 532
Times Favorited: 2
Uploaded By: CollieSmile
Date Uploaded: May 26, 2014
Filename: ay2014_hAiming_High.jpg
Original Resolution: 1920x1080
File Size: 981.32KB
Category: Graffiti

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