To Love this Life: Quotations
American Foundation for the Blind, 2000 - Blind-deaf women - 118 pages
A beautiful, moving souvenir of one of the world's most admired women, this memorable collection of quotations by Helen Keller brings words of wisdom, courage, humor, and inspiration from a remarkable individual, who above all wanted to make a difference in the lives of her fellow men and women. The thoughts captured here--many from previously unpublished letters and speeches housed in the Helen Keller Archives of the American Foundation for the Blind--offer profound reflections on the meaning of being human and on life in all its complexity. Illustrated with beautiful vintage photographs, this volume makes a wonderful gift. Foreword by former U.S. President Jimmy Carter. Preface by Keller Johnson-Thompson, great-grandniece of Helen Keller.
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