Do you have disability or Mental Disorder?.Let me tell you Disability is not Inability !! So don’t feel low-esteemed because you are not alone.If you will follow positive approach towards life you would be able to overcome great hindrances of life. Many people with great disabilities have contributed in the society. These include celebrities, actresses, actors, singers, world leaders, and many other popular people.The people mentioned in this article are actually those Heroic and valiant people who have achieved a lot of fame and success in their lives despite of all the barriers they encountered being physically disabled.
Disability: Short Memory & Learning Disability
Albert Einstein was a Physicist and a Mathematician who created the theory of Relativity. He is regarded as the leading physicist of 20th century. Can you just believe the most successful and genius person with disability? The answer to this question, Yes! Einstein had a learning disability and did not speak until age 3. He tolerated a difficult time doing mathematics at school level. And it is also much hard for him to express himself through writing.
Tom cruise is one of the most famous and well-liked faces of the whole world.He is an Apple Of Eye for girls. Having dyslexia, he was not interested in studying. Games like hockey and football interested him a lot. He was also well talented in playing games like baseball, wrestling and soccer. Later on he became an actorand worked in several top movies Tom Cruise is an example of a disabled person who came out as a winner in his life.
Disability: Memory Problem and Schizophrenia
One of the expert scientists of all time is also the hardest genius to diagnose, but historians agree he had a lot going on. Newton suffered from the trauma of ups and downs in his moods, indicating bipolar disorder. His incapability to communicate with people could place him on the autism spectrum. He also had the ability to write letters of mad delusions, which few medical historians considered strongly reflects schizophrenia. But all these diseases did not stop him from explaining tremendous concept of gravity.
Disability: Blind and Deaf
Helen Keller was a American lecturer, political activist and author .She wast thevery first blind and deaf lady to achieve a degree of “Bachelors Of Arts .The teacher Annie Sullivan taught Hellen to interconnect by spelling words into her hand, beginning with d-o-l-l for the doll that she had brought her as a present. The prolific author, Keller was outspoken and well-travelled in her opposition to war. She did productive work for women’s suffrage, socialism and worker’s rights. And afterwards In 1920, She made an effort to find the” American Civil Liberties Union” (ACLU). Keller and her teacher Sullivan travelled to 39 countries, making numerous trips to Japan and well-liked by the Japanese people.
Frida Kahlo was a well-know Mexican painter. She created outstanding paintings, manyof them were self-portraits manifested her sorrow and pain. She painted by using bright colors that were inspired by the culture of the Mexico. Frida was the top first Mexican artist of 2Oth century whose creative and constructive work was purchased by International museum. Frida Kahlo actually contracted Polio at the tender age of 6, which left her right leg thinner than the left, which Kahlo disguised by wearing long, colorful skirts.
Disability: Motor Neuron Disease
Stephen Hawking is a Popular British theoretical physicist.In 2009 he achieved the award of Presidential Medal of Freedom, the highest civilian award in the United States. He has the disability of Motor Neuron Disease. The few Symptoms of the disorder firstly emerged while he was enrolled at Cambridge; he lost his balance and fell down a flight of stairs, hitting his head. The diagnosis of motor neuron disease occurred when Hawking was 21,just before his first marriage, and doctors said “He would not survive more than 2 or 3 years.” Hawking gradually lost the use of his arms, legs, and voice, and as of 2009 was almost completely paralyzed.
7. Vincent Van Gogh
Disability: Mental illness
Disability: Lost One Leg
Chandran is an eminent Indian Classical Dancer and TV actress. The mishap happened when in 1981 she met a car accident and lost one leg. She couldn’t take the fact that she won’t be able to dance. The doctor gave her a prosthetic “Japir Foot “ that was considered to help her in walk. But her immense desire and passion for dance overcame all the barriers. She made her name as a classical Bharatnatyam dancer. A Bollywood film, Mayuri was made about her life and journey as a dancer.
Disability: Lost her Left Arm
John Forbes Nash is an American mathematician whose work in Partial Differential, Differential Geometry and Game theory equations are regarded as revolutionary. Several years later he was diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia. After treatment he was again admitted to the hospital this time voluntarily for 9 years were he given shock therapy. After coming back from the hospital he did not lose courage and steadily started recovering. His work became more successful and got various awards. Hence a film named ‘A beautiful Mind’ was based on his biography.