The Incredible Story Of Ghanim Al Muftah

Here’s the story of Ghanim Al Muftah.

I don’t really think there’s anything more I could possibly say about this video. It speaks for itself.

Just to encourage you to press the play button, this is a very inspiring story of a differently abled boy, which will definitely move you.

With Love.

PS – I missed my post for the day, I’m so sorry about that. This is my compensation for it. I hope you watched the video and got inspired! Cheers!

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25 thoughts on “The Incredible Story Of Ghanim Al Muftah”

  1. I am sure you meant it nicely but to use the word “differently able” for a person with disabilities just angers me. why do we think it’s ok to highlight the difference before we even begin to think of the person

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    1. Oh my goodness! I didn’t mean it in a bad way at all. I personally think the word “differently abled” is better than saying disabled. It didn’t mean that I was trying to highlight a difference. I am all for disabled/differently abled people. I hate anyone looking or thinking of them as anything less or different.

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      1. I know you didn’t mean it <3 ,we live we learn I personally just wrote my opinion as a fellow reader and a person with disabilities☺and I would prefer to say a person with disability rather that differently able but that's my opinion and I can always be wrong 😎

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        1. I thought when you say disable it means you are not able to do things. Whereas differently abled means you can do things differently. I think that concept was put into our heads in my school, and I immediately thought that was the best way to say it.

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          1. I know I learnt that’s the best way to say it but my thinking changed once I“acquired” disability it now angers me. And when I think of all the people I referred to as differently Able then it’s hurts me .💗

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          2. So you personally would rather be called disabled? I mean obviously I understand that you wouldn’t want to be called anything, but if it were a choice then what are you more comfortable with?

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          3. I want to be a “ person WITH disability” a person first and foremost not differently able because I m a person first my disability which makes me different should not be before the person I am

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    1. Hah! I’ve thought the same after I watch something shared by someone and get truly moved by it. I think, would I have ever come across this if I didn’t now? You don’t have to thank me. Anytime! Thanks for taking the time to drop by! 😇

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