writing help

@hennars (250)
United Arab Emirates
December 12, 2006 11:56pm CST
Introduction (before writing down the article about Helen Keller) When I have learnt Helen Keller's "The Story of My Life". I was dumbfounded to know how my birth mother was born deaf but brought up so well by her maternal grandparents. She and her younger sister were trained thoroughly to lip-read well. Thankfully, they both have good voice box and speak like us. They use eyes to hear. In fact, Helen Keller was an inspiration to millions of people through out the world. She not only overcame her handicap, but she had the full right to survive on this green planet. We can rightly derive from her glorious life that one should believe in one's self and that one can do anything.
9 responses
@mythmoh (3986)
• United States
14 Dec 06
there was a lesson in my school days about Helen Keller.Her life is an inspiration to all of us.She overcame all the hurdles in her life and stood as an example for "who believeth in themselves will never fail".But i think inspite of good grandparents she had a good teacher also.i cant remember her name.she only made Keller to understand lip movements etc and helped her to comeout.
@win0120ph (135)
• Philippines
14 Dec 06
Its good to be handicapped sometimes because you tend to respond to challenges in life positively. You learn to bridge the gap between effort and the goal.
• United States
13 Dec 06
Helen Keller was remarkable woman. Thankfully she was able to come out of her darkness through the tutelage of her lifelong friend.
• India
13 Dec 06
SORRY DEAR. CANT HELP, I HAVE NOT READ THIS NOVEL
@Echo123 (155)
• United States
13 Dec 06
Are you supposed to write in first person for this paper? You state your opinions, which is usually appropriate for an opinion paper or a reflection paper. If it is a research apper, you will want to stick to factual information. Much like a newspaper article, try to cover the following points in your opening paragraph: who what where why when how
@gifana (4836)
• Portugal
13 Dec 06
I think that Helen Keller should go down in history as one of the most outstanding individuals in the world. Her life should be an inspiration not only to the handicapped but also those who humanity call "normal". Of course, alongside her was Annie Sullivan who woke the the sleeping "giant". It was her dedication and sacrifice that encouraged and fought with Helen to uncover the hidden talents and intelligence. But it was Helen who overcame her handicap to reach heights that many people with sight and hearing never achieved because the would not face realities or their own potential.
@toonatoons (3739)
• Philippines
13 Dec 06
oh, yes, Helen Keller, definitely is an inspiration to us all. She's an epitome of what a woman is and should be, and she never let her handicap get in the way, but used it, instead, to touch more people's lives.
• India
13 Dec 06
Do you write a story ,ya any articals.The introduction ''The History of Mahalmma Gandhi''.This was avery good story .He was a Father of Nation.
• India
13 Dec 06
Helen Adams Keller was born on 27 June 1880 in Tuscumbia, a small rural town in Northwest Alabama, USA. The daughter of Captain Arthur Henley Keller and Kate Adams Keller she was born with full sight and hearing. Kate Keller was a tall, statuesque blond with blue eyes. She was some twenty years younger than her husband Captain Keller, a loyal southerner who had proudly served in the Confederate Army during the American Civil War. The house they lived in was a simple, white, clapboard house built in 1820 by Helen’s grandparents. At the time of Helen’s birth the family were far from wealthy with Captain Keller earning a living as both a cotton plantation owner and the editor of a weekly local newspaper, the “North Alabamian”. Helen’s mother, as well as working on the plantation, would save money by making her own butter, lard, bacon and ham.