Essay on Difference and Tolerance

Submitted By revekka13
Words: 559
Pages: 3

Throughout the years in history people have many occurrences of different types of diseases and generics changes. Many people have seen a new occurrences and new types attractions of other people and the image has been built on that person, if they have something that’s what they are rather if they are someone and that’s what they have. The social obstruct of the culture and the social obstruct of generic disease has made a person based on the color of their skin, the nationality, the disease they have and the life they live.
As I read two articles “Seeing with the heart” by Stephanie Disney and “Seeing in beautiful precise pictures” by Temple Grandlin about two incredible women, who share extraordinaire stories about their experience in autism and what life they live. Surprisingly, but I found those people are more happier than we are who are healthier and have opportunity to do everything. As I did my research I also read the article about Down syndrome “Prenatal Test Puts Down Syndrome in Hard Focus” by Amy Harmon. Three people that inspired me, Sarah Itoh, Rudy, and Temple Grandin who are very happy with their life. They don’t want people to feel a remorse for them, they want to share their love together with us to our beloved and environment and they don’t want people to look at them that they are different from us. Yes, I am truly are that they are different! They are better, I think they have fewer problems that we do, and they think less of them they want to enjoy every moment of their life. One of the big steps made in medicine that now doctors re able to determine the Down syndrome during mother’s pregnancy and determine the problem of the chromosomes. I praise those people who are brave enough to adopt or continue the pregnancy of children with Down syndrome or autism, because those children only suffer from the outside world. People look at those people and talk behind the back, but it always the mater of time, as those people grow they tend not t pay any attention to other peoples perspectives. These people