This post is written by Ritesh Sagar, elder brother of a child with deafblindness Harshit Sagar. Harshit has visual impairment, epilepsy, has limited speech but rarely uses it. He needs full support to stand and walk. Sharing this, we are bringing a voice of a person closest to a deafblind child, his emotions and thoughts across to u. We sincerely hope it touches your heart as it has touched ours.
Murray Culshaw -20th Dec, 2014
A rarely expressed perspective on 'disability' providing rare Insight into the meaning of the word
Anuradha Bagchi -20th Dec, 2014
Arun Sagar -20th Dec, 2014
Thanks for appreciating my son Ritesh Sagar artical.
Sunita Malhotra -21st Dec, 2014
Its time to take more positive steps towards these kind of children not only parent's but societyalso encourage them and support them
Sabyasachi Deb -22nd Dec, 2014
very true about what is disability..... and nice article.....
Deepak -22nd Dec, 2014
Beta, I resonate with you all.
Easier said than done, but just few things to remember
1 Let go,let GOD
2 GOD has his own plans.
3 Always pray. GOD GRANT ME THE SERENITY TO ACCEPT THE THINGS I CAN NOT CHANGE
COURAGE TO CHANGE THE THINGS, I CAN
AND WISDOM TO KNOW THE DIFFERENCE.
GOD BLESS YOU & HARSHIT
Sachin Rizal -23rd Dec, 2014
Message straight for the heart!!!
Madhumehta -07th Jan, 2015
Hlo di nd hrshit .I miss u so
much.....hlo rishu..thks..write feeling of parents..nd tell about disability children .....