Feelings after Reading “The Day Language Came into My Life”
After reading the essay “The Day Language Came into My Life” about Helen Keller in the text, I got to know more about her. Helen Keller was born in 1880. She became blind and deaf when she was around two due to disease. Darkness and silence were surrounding her for a long time. She experienced the feeling of bitterness and hopeless that we would not imagine. Four years later, there was a turning point for her- she met Anne Sullivan, her teacher who gave her hope and leaded her out of the plight. Anne educated her step by step with great patient and cares. She even spent a long time on telling Helen something which was basic. Although there was time that Helen felt desperate, Anne always encouraged her. With the help of Anne, Helen was inspired. Anne seemed like a spot of light in dark to Helen, she was the one who introduced this amazing world to Helen. Helen became one of the most remarkable people with the support of Anne and her own stamina. We always give up easily when we face difficulties, sometimes we even forgo without trial. When we approach our goals, there must be barriers. The key to success is to be invincible and do whatever we can to sweep away all the barriers to the goal. The story of Helen reminds me of an experience I once had. That’s part of my childhood memories when I was six. One day, I was attracted by a music program which was showing on television. I saw a man who was playing piano, he looked joyful and relaxed. Then, I asked my mum sitting beside me, “Can I play as well as him?” She smiled and said, “You may have a try if you want to.” Starting from that day, piano became one of the most important part of my life. When I was on the way to have my first lesson, I was so excited. I could not wait to have my first touch on keyboard, listen to the echoes produced and learn my first piece! I was waiting in a room with walls in white around me. Then, my teacher came...
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