People with disability are always the priority among others. Society give them special treatment to help them from their burden. They have their own queue in public places and they receive other privileges. However, this led us into thinking that all the disabled people are incapable of doing a lot of things. Although we prioritize them, they are also the same people which comes last when opportunity knocks.
Whether we admit it or not, most people see them as weak. We fail to recognize that they could also do things that we deemed only normal people have the capability. But that’s definitely not the case. Recently, people online witnessed an inspiring woman who played the violin.
Of course, she sang in a very beautiful manner but that wasn’t the only thing that caught the attention of many. People were surprised to see the violinist who only has a left hand.
Now, she made it possible for one-handed people like her to play the instrument which requires coordination from both hands. As we all know, the violin and the bow should be held separately using two hands. Just like how professionals usually do it.
Despite being handicapped, the woman proved that this would not hinder her from showcasing her talent. She has a special equipment placed over her right shoulder. This tool served as the holder of the violin bow. Through her movements on her shoulder, she made the bow in motion.
While playing, she clearly expressed her emotions through the heartfelt tune she made. From time to time, traces of enjoyment on her craft could be seen etched on her face. It was as if she was just being herself and allowing her body to do the thing she wants.
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Attraction of Manami Ito As a one-armed nurse As a paralympian swimmer, her indomitable spirit captures many audiences.A lecture and a duet like a violin is a brilliant woman acknowledged by everyone.
Posted by Kazushige Masuda on Monday, September 3, 2018
It is good to see people like this violinist who would push through her limits. If someone like her can do it, then it would nothing would be an excuse for us to stop ourselves from fulfilling our passion for something.