“I know I have a learning disability,” said Diana Flannery, my daughter.
“I have to organize my thoughts before I speak,” said Diana, “So I stutter. Sometimes I don’t.”
“I think fine but I hear some people say, and I can hear them say it, that I’m stupid. I don’t know what to think of people like that.”
“I know I’m in good company, others deal with disabilities, and many help.”
The Good Book says to remove the obstruction from your own eye before judging another. After all, who among us is perfect, physically or otherwise? Yet intolerance abounds.
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