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May 8, 2011:

Limits and Abilities

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Here's our second round of Articles. This time, we reflect on a very gray and hazy area with regards to low vision: to what extent are our abilities impaired, whether actual or perceived?

We each have challenges with sight, but one key difference is that Tauru grew up not knowing that he had a sight problem, whereas Christi grew up being reminded of it every day. Now that we are adults, we find ourselves tackling opposite hurdles. Tauru is learning to accept his limitations, though he still questions and pushes their boundaries, while Christi is constantly pushing her abilities to redefine her boundaries.

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