A disability is an opportunity.

On the edge of disability laps the beginning of love.

Normal is who I am, not who you want me to be.

A cure is a loss.

In an unjust society a difference damns you.

Time is disability’s best friend.

Happiness lies in acceptance — and a dollop of hope.

When reason is disabled rules rush to the rescue.

Disability breeds contentment.

Verbal needs a muzzle; mute needs a smile.

Those least able to critique me are the most glad to see me.

The heartbreak of disability lies in the impossibility of normalcy.

Disability  is a community.

A consistent pattern is disability’s constant friend.

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