Sole Sister: MARIJA
Feet Do Not Apply
Student/Accountant
Toronto/Canada
My wheelchair navigates me through my day. Feet do not apply.
I do not walk through snowy streets and navigate my way around corners and edges as most do.
I do not even take note of fancy footwear, only ones that are useful, whatever that means.
This is life from my shoes.

~ 6 Beautiful footprints: ~

JamericanSpice says:
at: Saturday, April 17, 2010 said...

Very interesting.

I hope you are enjoying your weekend.

Salma says:
at: Tuesday, April 20, 2010 said...

Marija,
You sum up your journey well. Thanks so much for sharing and for being an inspiration.

Susie of Arabia says:
at: Sunday, May 02, 2010 said...

This post really touched me. Oftentimes we don't think of how others with impairments or disabilities might see things. I just got an email from a reader of my blog - and she is blind. I had never even imagined someone blind reading my blog...

Salma says:
at: Monday, May 03, 2010 said...

Susie, it's true. People can become invisible, or their experiences can be.

There are many programs for individuals who are visually impaired that make it easy to use computers etc.

I love knowing peple with different stories to tell.

Sarira says:
at: Sunday, May 30, 2010 said...

Wow, I just randomly clicked on your name, sis Marija,and found this.

This post is really amazing, Jazaki Allah koli khair for sharing. Very deep!

Barka Allah feeki!

Nurul says:
at: Tuesday, June 15, 2010 said...

I just love people with strength to accept and be happy and positive for what God gives them. You're such a strong person! =)


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