Key points that Lead Hellen Keller out of her Prison

There are several key points that helped you become the person you are now. For Hellen Keller, these points were more crucial than most

I’m sure you all know that Hellen was blind and deaf since she was a toddler, causing her to become mute as well. No matter how badly she wanted to she couldn’t communicate with other people. She was hurting family and she knew it, she just didn’t know how to stop, that was until Anne Sullivan came along. She changed Hellen’s entire life.

One key point was when Anne spelled Hellen’s first word into her hand. That was really significant because, it showed Hellen another way to communicate.

Another is when she began to understand that the words being spelled onto her hands meant something. They wert just letters they were words, and those words represented an object or a thing.

The biggest, in my eyes, were when Hellen said her first sentence with her mouth, “it is too warm”.

I can’t imagine what Hellen Keller’s life was like. She was strong, despite her disabilities. She was eager to learn and learned she did. Without Anne Sullivan Hellen would never had made it as far as she did. Anne believed in Hellen when Hellen didn’t know how to believe in herself.

We all need that kind of love and friendship, the kind that helps push you through all of the cant’s, and helps you reveals all of the cans.

There are several key points that helped you become the person you are now. For Hellen Keller, these points were more crucial than most.

I’m sure you all know that Hellen was blind and deaf since she was a toddler, causing her to become mute as well. No matter how badly she wanted to she couldn’t communicate with other people. She was hurting family and she knew it, she just didn’t know how to stop, that was until Anne Sullivan came along. She changed Hellen’s entire life.

One key point was when Anne spelled Hellen’s first word into her hand. That was really significant because, it showed Hellen another way to communicate.

Another is when she began to understand that the words being spelled onto her hands meant something. They wert just letters they were words, and those words represented an object or a thing.

The biggest, in my eyes, were when Hellen said her first sentence with her mouth, “it is too warm”.

I can’t imagine what Hellen Keller’s life was like. She was strong, despite her disabilities. She was eager to learn and learned she did. Without Anne Sullivan Hellen would never had made it as far as she did. Anne believed in Hellen when Hellen didn’t know how to believe in herself.

We all need that kind of love and friendship, the kind that helps push you through all of the cant’s, and helps you reveals all of the cans.

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