............. I can't take care if myself financially.........
............I m half Somali and half Tanzania..........
........ I was a year old I was diagnosed with polio which disabled right leg forever!
........... I have never had chance to walk with my legs without using crutches....
I removed ‘’DIS’’ in ‘’DISABILITY’’ and Ii got “Ability” My life motto says “My disability is not my ability”
dear Hassan.. do not take you leaving Islam or living as Muslim as problem for your life ., it is very temporary thing specially in African continent., you know well Islam is just a faith with silly old Abrahamic faith stories to reinforce faith in faith heads., unfortunately, its rules and rituals are stupid and rigid. So forget Islam
deal with ‘’DISABILITY" problem and other problems most of which you have already faced and solved to the best of your abilities.
let me put some videos for you here who are inspirational to everyone https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=00-SB1kd-WY Minda Dentler
Minda Dentler was born in India, where she contracted polio at a young age. She lived in an orphanage, until she was adopted by an American family and moved to Spokane, Washington. After surgery, she learned to walk with the assistance of braces and crutches.ade adepitanhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6fO2hDQTvpI
In 2006, Dentler completed her first marathon, hand-cycling the whole way. But she didn't stop there—in the span of five years, she completed 10 marathons. From there she moved on to triathlons; to date, she has completed 14 Olympic triathlons and seven Half-Ironman triathlons. In 2013, Dentler became the first woman hand-cyclist to complete the Ironman in Kona, Hawaii. She wrote:
Ade Adepitan MBE (born 27 March 1973) is a British television presenter and wheelchair basketball player. He uses a wheelchair as a result of contracting polio as a child which led to the loss of use of his left leg. Adepitan was born in Maryland, Lagos, Nigeria on 27 March 1973. At the age of six months, Adepitan contracted polio which resulted in the loss of function of his left leg, and ultimately prevented him from walking.
At the age of three, Adepitan and his mother emigrated to Newham in London, United Kingdom to join his father. He was educated at Southern Road Primary School in Plaistow, Newham, which he credits with helping him with his disability and problems at home. From an early age, he had aspirations of becoming an international sportsman. He also attended Lister Community School.No Legs No hands ..No Problems Nick Vujicichttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q2tqKCoS2-wBlessings in Disease: President Franklin Delano Roosevelt became disabledhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xLNbUFKEpjY
with best wishes