Civil Rights of People with Disabilities
In the last few weeks, I had been ill and I apologize for my readers fot not being able to post online.
I am thankful to some friends for taking care of me and for even posting this. I am aware of the importance of staying in touch but as some of you have known not when I am extremely sick will I not have the determination to touch base.
I wrote this post on paper and someone had to help me post it online. I am touched with the reminder of Martin Luther King when I was brought to church yesterday. It was also a eventful Sunday having Chelsea Clinton as our visitor in Glide United Methodist Church.
Glide has been a personal refuge to me even when I first move to San Francisco for daily meals.
Not all people online have all the material wealth that life has to offer. But then again, on the internet, I on the thinking that everyone is the same rich, poor and even disabled.
Sometimes, it tiring when one receives so much harrassment over money and credit issues especially on the state of the economy today.
But there are resources that a disbled person can tap as we do have civil rights.
I have found this out recently and one would be amaze how people violate the civil rights of people with disabilities.
I can’t really do much writing being currently frail. But, I thought I touched base to my readers.
Don’t let people exploit the circumstances of illness and disability.