Helen Keller's Assassination Research Paper

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Mozart wrote his first symphony when he was eight years old and was playing in public when he was six. Helen Keller was born dumb deaf and blind but overcame obstacles through dint of perseverance and the angelic help of Anne Sullivan There are others born with debilitating disabilities not so blessed who go to their graves miserable and abandoned. Parents of these children grieve interminably asking the question “Why me?” Hitler, Idi Amin, Stalin and Assad among many others were directly and consciously responsible for the annihilation of several thousands of innocent human beings. What came of them? We tend to explain the mystery mostly by drawing on our spiritual schooling – Christianity, Islam, Buddhism, Hinduism and so on. I as a Hindu…show more content…
I heard Prime Minister Nehru address the nation saying “Bapuji is no more” and the weeping of millions could be heard. 2. When Kennedy was assassinated. – 10/22/1963 In Colombo, Sri Lanka I dropped in at my Uncle’s home in Colombo and found his wife sobbing. When I enquired what happened she said she learnt just now Kennedy had been assassinated. 3. Moon Landing – 7/20/1969 In Colombo, Sri Lanka From the time I returned from work in the evening I had the radio with me following the commentary. I was determined to stay awake at the time of landing. I got into bed with the radio close to me. I heard the now famous words of Neil Armstrong as it was happening. “One small step for man, one giant leap for mankind” (There was no television at this time in Ceylon) 4. When the last helicopter took off from the roof of the American Embassy in Saigon bearing the last Americans and a few of the embassy staff – 4/29/1975 In Colombo, Sri Lanka I was on vacation in Ceylon from Sierra Leone and visiting my uncle in Bambalapitiya (Sri Lanka) Like Jane Fonda and Cassius Clay I too felt the war was an atrocity an indelible scar on the American

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