The person I admire the most is Helen Keller. She is a famous
charitarian, educator and social activist.
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Helen Keller was born in 1880 at Ethiopia which is a small town in
Alabama. Actually, she was unlucky when she was a toddler. After a
serious illness. She became a deaf-mute and blind person. However, she
didn’t give up herself but trying her best to study with her
teacher––Anne Sullivan. And she made efforts as much as she could with
Anne’s help. Few years later, it is easy for her to communicate with
others. And she learned more knowledge and culture of this world. In
1894, Helen was taken into New York Humason school for studing. She
studied hard and read so many novels and famous essay. She also had a
good command of French and German. But these things seem impossible to
complish for most people. That’s one of the reasons I admire her.
I was born in tuscumbia, a little town of northern Alabama, on
the family on my father’s side is descended from新金沙游戏平台， caspar keller, a
native of switzerland, who settled in maryland.
I lived up to the time of the illness that deprived me of my
sight and hearing, in a small house.
I especially remember the tenderness with which my mother tried to
** soothe** me in may waking hours of fret and pain, after i
awoke from a half sleep, and turned my eyes, so dry and hot , to the
wall, away from the once-loved light, ** which came to me dim and
yet more dim each day**. until one day, when i turned my eyes, if
find i can not see anything.
Although i had ** 19 months of light and sound ,but during the
first nineteen months of my life i had caught ** glimpses of
broad, green fields, the ** luminous** sky, trees and flowers
which the darkness that followed could not wholly blot out . all
these little one is engraved in my mind, is of darkness can not
diminish. if we have once seen,”the day is ours,and what the day has
sometimes i stood between two persons who were conversing and touched
their lips. i could not understand, and was ** vexed. i moved my
lips and ** gesticulated frantically without result. this made me
so angry at that times that i kicked and screamed until i was
for a long time i regarded my little sister as an ** intruder**. i
knew that i had ceased to be my mother’s only darling, and the thought
filled me with jealousy.
thus i came up out of Egypt and stood before sinai, and power **
divine** touched my spirit and gave it sight, so that i beheld many
wonders. and from the sacred mountain i heard a voice which said,”**
Knowledge give people love, light and vision**”
Everything had a ** name** in the world, and each name gave birth
to a new thought.
In 1904, Helen graduated from Radcliffe College with honours. Two years
later, she was appointed the chairman of the Massachusus Blind
Commission. Then, she began to work for the disable. During this period
of time, she finished 14 famous books such as ‘Three days to see’ ‘My
life story’ and so on. The most famous of these is ‘Three days to see’.
Although everyone didn’t believe Helen Keller, she tried her best to
the most important day i remember in my life is the one on which my
teacher Anne Sullivan came to my home.
I did not know that i was spelling a word or even that words existed
in the world; I was simply making my fingers go in ** monkey-like
Neither sorrow nor regret followed my passionate out burst. I had
not loved the doll. in the still, dark world ** in which I lived
there** was no gentle and sympathy.
Miss Sullivan placed my hand under the spout. As the cool stream **
gushed over** one hand she spelled into the other the word
water, first slowly, then rapidly. I stood silently, my whole
attention fixed on the motions of her fingers. Suddenly I felt
that there was a magical feeling in my mind. I suddenly understand the
mystery of language, I knew then that “water” meant the wonderful cool
something that was flowing over my hand. Water aroused my soul,
and gave me light, hope, joy and freedom.
though there were barriers still before me, but i believed that
barriers could be swept away in time.
to be continued ……
As she said ‘No matter what the environment, we must continue to work
hard.’ I think Helen Keller is a great success. I should learn from her
and try my best to study now.
On entering the door I remembered the doll ** I had broken. I felt
my way to the hearth and ** picked up the pieces. I tried vainly
to put them together. But I could not. Then my eyes filled with tears;
** for I realized what I had done and for the first time I felt
sorrow and repentance**.
sitting on the warm grass, I had my first lessons in the beneficence
of nature. I learned **how **the Sun and the rain make to grow
out of the ground every tree that is pleasant to the sight and good
for food, **how **birds build their nests and live and thrive from
land to land, how the squirrel, the deer, the lion and every other
creature finds food and shelter.
Anne Sullivan, a thin and highly near-sighted lady, brought light and
freedom to a blind and deaf girl—Helen Keller. What’s more, the two
worked together and created a world-wide miracle of ceaseless
there was a moment of ** sinister silence, then a **
multitudinous stirring of the leaves. A shiver ran through the
tree, and the wind sent forth a blast that would have knocked me off
had i not clung to the branch with might and main.
IIn 1887, Anne Sullivan came to Helen Keller. At that time, 7-year-old
Helen had grown into a tiny tyrant due to sympathy of her family
members. She would not comb her hair, nor would she wash her hands. And
she would roll about or beat others randomly when she was not happy.
I had learned a new lesson that nature wages open war against her
children and under softest and beautiful touch hides treacherous
Watching this self-willed Helen, Anne felt her solitude and
helplessness. And the maternity of Anne was aroused. So she began her
plan to save Helen.
gradually from naming an object we advance step by step until we have
** traversed** the vast distance between our first ** stammered
syllable** and the sweep of thought in a line of Shakespeare.