|Posted on February 28, 2013 at 11:15 PM|
You learn many useful things when you are handicapped that is of value through life. You learn to keep going when you feel uncomfortable. You learn to respect others, even if they criticize you, because you realize they are handicapped in their attitudes. You learn to appreciate little things, and to enjoy the roses. You notice more patterns then a lot of people do, you have to, and it helps you understand a lot of things. You are less bored because observation is a never ending game, and alone you have a lot to think about. You become a specialist, an expert at things others may over look. And you tend to stay out of a lot of trouble that others would drag you into but don't because you are not 'normal,' 'cool,' or you are too hard to figured out. It also gives you a basis to judge others on, how well they understand you. So you begin to pick better, more sensitive, and wiser friends. And you can pass your wisdom on to your children.