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5) Stepping in other peoples is a very important thing that Tambu learns how to do. By getting an education she begins to understand her brother and why he changed. She understands why he felt shame about their parents and their home. Also, this quote shows that the men in the story have not yet stepped into women's shoes to understand their opinions and the sacrifices they make. This society is so unfair over women. If men stepped into women's shoes, women would have more power.

Never give up! The moral of this picture is to never give up even if things do not go the way you want them to. This should be reinforced to the youth we facilitate.

Because it's tiring having people tell you that you're not trying hard enough, or assuming your disability is a personality flaw...

Without goodness, humility, service and character, there are NO POSSESSIONS, POWER, POSITION or PRESTIGE! Don't let people walk all over you or put you down. Stand for something or you'll fall for anything,

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Disability Quotes: Collection of Quotations Regarding Disabilities

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Thoughtful Thursday~October 10

I love this! I'm surrounded by jerk all day and all I so to myself is thank God you don't behave that way!

Thumper wisdon. I LOVE Thumper... Remember, "if you can't say nothin nice, don't say nothin at all"...Thumper's Mom...