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Being Thankful

When I had just graduated from law school and before I become a teacher of blind and visually impaired students, one of my former classmates said something curious to me.  First, let me say that she also was a mother … Continue reading

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“Choice”

Please look at the face of this little boy, my youngest, my son. This is the face of choice. My midwife offered me a “choice” and she said she would support my choice but she could never finish the sentence … Continue reading

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Baby Joseph Maraachli Lives and Dies with Dignity

Seven months ago Joseph Maraachli, affectionately called Baby Joseph by many, finally won the right to live with dignity.  A hospital and courts in Ontario, Canada refused to perform a tracheotomy that the baby needed so that he could breathe on his own … Continue reading

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Radio Interview with Spiritual Downloads

This is my interview with Spiritual Downloads radio show with Anna Stephenson.  I discussed the right to life and dignity of children with disabilties and my blog http://www.disabledchildrenhumanrights.wordpress.com. Spiritual Downloads is broadcasted in South Florida, Bahamas, (to an area of … Continue reading

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Interview on Religion, Politics, and Culture Radio Show

For those who missed and want to hear the interview that I did on RPC, here is the mp3 of my segment.  My topic was From the Womb to the Classroom: the rights of children with disabilities to life and dignity.  … Continue reading

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A Beautiful Soul

A Beautiful Soul, A Forgiving Soul  My younger daughter Nini is a beautiful girl with a beautiful soul.  That’s how I’ve come to know her and to describe her and I hope that is how others will get to know … Continue reading

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Through My Daughter’s Eyes

My beautiful daughters My older daughter Mika has a unique perspective.  She sees things a bit differently because she is legally blind, has other disabilities, and is looking through scarred eyes.  Yes, her eyes are scarred through eight eye surgeries … Continue reading

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