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Disability doesn’t mean inability

Not long ago, I was at a state conference with a group preparing for a week of meetings. I walked into the room where a handful of volunteers was busy collating stacks of handouts. I asked if I could help. One of the ladies politely said, “Oh, no, thank you,” and offered me a chair to just sit and chat while they worked. Then, another volunteer came into the room, saw me sitting there doing nothing and said: “Hey, Larry, come on over here. There’s work to do, and you can help.”…Read More


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