LET’S SEE WHAT THEY SEE AND SHOW THEM WHAT WE SEE
There could not be a better way to see than with closed eyes. Today’s technology and education has created an environment where visual impairment doesn’t hold back anyone from achieving what they dream. The biggest obstacle isn’t blindness – it’s a world that can’t see beyond it. We can see the colors of darkness only by casting aside stigmas and fears and embracing a new understanding of how to include blind people in our daily lives.
WHERE IS BLINDNESS?
The number of people mentally blind are much more than those physically. While a visually impaired can see us with what we call the “THIRD EYE” by sensing our presence, a person who can physically see refuses to accept their presence.
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WE ENCOURAGE, PROMOTE ART AND PHOTOGRAPHY CAPTURED BY THE THE EYE WHICH VISUALLY IMPAIRED ARE UNIQUELY BLESSED WITH
THE THIRD EYE - STORY OF PRANAV LAL
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