Disabled people changed the alphabet of the universe ... foreigners despite their disability have done the impossible!

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Disabled people changed the alphabet of the universe ... foreigners despite their disability have done the impossible!

Back to 2011, in the first report about disability, Stephen Hawking wrote “Disability need not be an obstacle to success,”. Most of us keep making excuses despite being physically fit. But on the other side, there are the so-called disabled people or let us say the differently-abled people. These people prove from one day to another that there are no limits to succeed and you just need a willpower to do anything. Mahatma Gandhi said "Strength does not come from physical capacity. It comes from an indomitable will". Here are some people who not only have done the impossible despite their disability! but also achieved goals which are difficult to be achieved even by a lot of normal people.
Stephen Hawking

Did you Lock at the image above?! This is Stephen Hawking. He is one of the most famous scientists of modern times. In 1963, after his 21st birthday, Stephen Hawking was diagnosed with a form of Motor Neuron Disease (ALS). In spite of being wheelchair-bound, Stephen Hawking decided to live a normal family life instead of dependent on a computerized voice system for communication and he has a family containing three children and three grandchildren. In 1966 he won the Adams Prize for his essay which titled 'Singularities and the Geometry of Space-time'. Stephen Hawking was concerned with the basic laws which govern the universe.
He was awarded many times with medals and prizes such as the Fundamental Physics prize, the Wolf Foundation prize and Copley Medal. He has a lot of publications include General Relativity: An Einstein Centenary Survey, The Large-Scale Structure of Spacetime with G F R Ellis, and 300 Years of Gravitation. Also, he has a lot of books include Baby Universes, A Brief History of Time, Black Holes and Baby Universes.
Helen Keller

Can you live without ears and eyes?! Helen Keller did. In 1880, before her second birthday, Helen Keller became both blind and deaf. Keller’s mother, who believed in her daughter, let Helen to get the best education while the services available to the disabled people in that time were less extensive than they are today.
In 1904, Helen Keller was the first deaf-blind person to take a bachelor of arts after her graduation from Radcliffe College. It was at university that her career as a writer and social activist started. She is an author political activist and lecturer who said one day, "The only thing worse than being blind is having sight but no vision". Today, the Helen Keller has about 500 speeches and essays written on various topics such as birth control and Fascism in Europe. Now, she is the best inspiration to the deaf and blind.

Sharath Gayakwad was born with a deformed left hand but he never gave up and when he was just 9, he started taking swimming lessons. In 2010, he was the first Indian to be chosen for the London Olympics for the disabled. In 2014, Sharath won 6 medals at the Para Incheon Asian Games. So, he broke the legendary PT Usha's 28-year-old record at the Asian Games. He also won more than 30 international and 40 national medals.

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