Learning Disabled or Learning Abled?

There is no label I hate more than “learning disabled.” Who is disabled? That means not-able. Even though I may not have some abilities, I do have others. I can learn. And so can every child. Every child can succeed. Even in school. Not everyone is called to be a scholar, but everyone has a calling from God. And some of us, even those of us who might be diagnosed as “dyslexic” ARE scholars, with honors glowing. Every mother should have faith that God wants good for her child. Every grandparent should be able to glorify God for a couple of generations after them that have improved. This is God’s will. Let’s take it, by robust faith. Tune in or subscribe and hear how. — GSB

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About greatshalom

God wants total-well-being for all children. Mother/Grandmother, educator, minister of the gospel, author, trainer, consultant, and broadcaster.
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