Blind Beatitudes

Blessed are they that don’t shout when they speak to me.

Blessed are they that talk directly to me and not to someone else.

Blessed are they that say who they are when entering a room and say
hello to me.

Blessed are they that say goodbye to me when they leave so I am not
left speaking to noone.

Blessed are they that do not hesitate to say “SEE” when talking to
me.

Blessed are they who tap my shoulder gently when they approach from
behind or from the side when speaking to me.

Blessed are they who wait for me to extend my hand before shaking
it.

Blessed are they who place my hand on a object such as the back of
a chair when telling me where it is, so I can sit down.

Blessed are they who do not leave me in a strange environment
without orienting me to it.

Blessed are they who offer me their arm so they can serve as my
guide, instead of grabbing, pulling or shoving me!

Blessed are they who come up to me in a large crowd and offer to
help me when I appear disoriented.

Blessed are they who laugh with me when I tell a joke related to
blindness.

Blessed are they who read me the menu and its prices and allow me
to make up my own mind.

Blessed are they who take me to the cashier so I may pay for my own
meal.

Blessed are they who do not distract my guide dog from being my
eyes.

Blessed are they who treat me like a human being, for like it or
not, I AM a human being.

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Barry Blomkamp Nd. Bsc (UL)
Professional Public Speaker, Trainer and Corporate Entertainer,
Motivational speaker, Guest & Key note speaker, Seminar &
Conference speaker, Team Builder, Comedian, Master of Ceremonies,

For your Strategic Planning sessions, Management or Sales meetings,
Conferences and/or Seminars, Award functions, Year end parties,
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