I have come a little closer to understanding something of the life of a blind person But there are a few places where you make reference to driving and that you drive a bus. I do not understand that. Everything else I understand and I have not problem understanding. I think though, that if you set out to explain something, I understood that you are a very unique person who manages extremely well with youother senses,It also explains how "stumim" Israelis are. It also explains by the way that Israelis treat you as more Normal by asking you all these "unsensative" questions. Think about it, the dialogues you are describing are human, they are inquisitive even if "childish" but THEY WANT TO KNOW HOW YOU MANAGE?I do:How do you drive??
I do think you take it wrong, Israelis are like raw material. At least they ae not "ADISHIM' WHICH WOULD BE MUCH WORSE.
I hope you will write to me. it is particularly of interest to me. Just a side not: We had a discussion at home the other day and my son was asked what he would write at school if he was asked to write about the affects of a multiplicity of aesthtic experience on the mind and soal, and he said he would would write about the experience of a blind person's appreciation of art. I thought it was so sensitive. I would like to have a discussion with the writer about this subject which would be much more in depth then this particular article.
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