List of People with Disabilities Who Inspired the World, Number 6 His Art Was Purchased by the Louvre Paris

JAKARTA, – A number of disability figures in the following world inspire many people. Where they prove that their limitations are not a reason to stop working.

Behind these limitations, there is a potential that makes them superior to others. Here are seven inspiring disability figures world.

Figure Disability the one that inspires

1. Thomas Alva Edison

Thomas Alva Edison is known for his phenomenal invention, namely the incandescent lamp, whose development was pioneered since 1878. In addition, Edison is also noted to have owned 1,000 patents. These findings have become his contribution that has changed the world and have been enjoyed by people all over the world.

However, behind his success, Edison has a bitter story. In 1861 he lost his hearing in an accident. The shortcomings he had at that time did not discourage Edison, so he was still able to give his best work.

2. Stephen Hawking

The world’s leading astrophysicist and theoretical physicist, Stephen Hawking, has been physically disabled since the age of 21. He suffers from Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) or motor neuron disease that limits his range of motion.

Despite decades of life being lived with limitations, Hawking is not discouraged to become a researcher and professor who has contributed greatly to the world. In fact, his story was once brought to the cinema screen in the film “The Theory of Everything”.

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