Oh! Tiff, you are a blind, you cannot travel alone.
Tiffany, sit in the last bench, since you are a blind.
Hey Tiff, stand aside, don’t mingle with others.
You are asking too many questions, just keep quiet, Tiffany.
How can I explain a diagram to you, keep silent.
Tiffany, you are blind girl, don’t talk to opposite gender.
Oh, you know how to use mobile?
Can you operate atm card by yourself?
Can you work in an office as we do?
These are endless meaningless questions that I have encountered since my childhood. In my school, among my friends and neighbours, in social events,etc,etc,etc.
Asking questions is very easy. To answer them and give them the right explanation is the toughest part.
Most of the questions that have been asked to me focused negativity on my disability or threw sympathy on me. Not as an adult I faced this, but from my early childhood I faced this.
Why can’t a blind girl can lead and achieve?
Why the world should see a blind girl with sympathy and discouraging attitude?
To lead my blind community and to kick on the barriers did not root up in a single day in my mind.
The seeds of leading my blind community, the vision of changing the world, was deep rooted in my heart every single day.
Through lot of struggle and pain I was able to achieve this position.
Still I didn’t reach my finishing line and I continue to run till my very blind women community get empowered.
I have seen so many sisters in worldpulse leading others for a noble cause which inspired me and highly motivating for me, whenever I feel down.
Lets support all women who lead the world for a righteous cause.