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SE Asian Mission Trip (Part of a Bigger Story)

So, after training as a missionary, I went on a summer long trip to SE Asia. And though the cultural differences were staggering and the language barrier intense, the biggest issue I faced were the leaders from my own country! 335 more words

Straight Out'a the News: Beeping Easter Eggs

Recently I subscribed to the local daily newspaper…a real “honest to goodness” ink and paper, newspaper. I could have chosen the online subscription, but there’s just something about holding it in your hands…I feel the same way about books…I want to physically turn the pages. 423 more words

Gazelle Girl 10k 2019

I’ll be honest, I’m not even sure where to start with this post. I had a lot of thoughts running through my head throughout the race and these couple days following. 1,308 more words

Multiple Sclerosis

Canadian National Institute for the Blind makes Regina more accessible with app

A new accessibility program is up and running in Regina’s downtown, thanks to the Canadian National Institute for the Blind, which will make it easier for those who are visually impaired to get around. 432 more words

Canada

The Car That Got Away

I am 24 years old currently.

I have owned 3 cars total.

My first car was a black Mercury Mariner

My second car was a gray Jeep Compass… 259 more words

Lifestyle

please donate for a much needed device!!!

Hi everyone,
so I’m trying to get a new device called the BrailleNote Touch Plus. It’s a Braille tablet that will help me with productivity and keeping up my Braille skills. 65 more words

Dissociative Identity Disorder

Meet the woman making film accessible to the visually impaired — Time Out Shanghai

Read more at Time Out Shanghai

— by Yu Zhiming: As a kid, Han Ying used to daydream about becoming a filmmaker. After losing her sight in her 20s, she now creates barrier-free films for everywhere from local community centres to Netflix… 10 more words

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