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Disabilities Don’t Stop No Show

Written By Millionaire’s Digest Staff Member: Kenyona Copeland

Founder & Owner of: Christian Tea Talk & Podcast Blog

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Author, Books, Successful Living and Writing Writer


I’m so thankful that no one has been denied a choice of dreams to follow. People with disabilities can do just as much as the average person, because dreaming happens to be more than a mental aspect of the things we truly desire. It has much to do with our hearts, and that’s what keeps the dream alive! I have a friend with a disability who has become a published author. If you’re someone who is diagnosed with something, just know that it won’t ever stop no show! Aspire to dream and watch everything fall into place for you. Persist and know that the finish line isn’t far away.


Article Credits: Kenyona Copeland

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19 Comments
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    Riya Narula 10 months ago

    Wow, such an inspirational post. Truly motivational!

  4. | Kathryn Johnson 11 months ago

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    shamimsobhani 11 months ago

    🙂 The only thing that can prevent and limit us from achieving our goals is our own mind. Thanks for your enlightening post, Kenyona Copeland!

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    krystanleah 11 months ago

    I love this! I agree that people with disabilities can an do have dreams (I have Cerebral Palsy). Society might still be trying to keep us on the sidelines but we will not be maginalized forever!

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    deepdownundersite 11 months ago

    True that👍

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    thenaomiruth 1 year ago

    Thankyou! My husband has MS and is constantly made to feel like his life is over by others. Your article is so true! X

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    John Livingston 1 year ago

    There is a plan and a purpose, a value to every life, no matter what its location, age, gender or disability. Sharron Angle https://bossesmademen.com/2015/02/02/virtual-therapy-software-information-systems-2015/

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    hello_rogier 1 year ago

    Absolutely true! Inspiring read 🙂 I published my first blog today, also about motivation.

    Check it out: hellorogier.wordpress.com

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    Joey P 1 year ago

    Anything is possible

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    dasoulstriker 1 year ago

    I like this, There’s no disability in a working brain because dreams are conceived in mind so pick up yourself and make it happen. 🙂

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    Rashmi 1 year ago

    absolutely true… disability can’t stop a person.. inspirational..

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