Declaration of Independence

V I P Declaration of Independence

When in the course of human sight, it becomes necessary for the visually impaired person to dissolve their fear and to assume among themselves, the powers to remain independent.

All the visually impaired are equals to the sighted, and have the same in alienable rights: life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness and safety.

We accept our disease, though we do not like it, we will become educated on our disease.

We will arm ourselves necessary aids. 

We will practice patience …We will never ever give up.

I am a V  I P.

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