Well, let's talk about Life and Destiny. Life and Destiny are quite connected, according to my theory of analysis. Because Life is just the beginning, whereas Destiny gives us an identity to run our Life.
It is about the life of Kimberly Adams, who was blind and dumb from birth. That poor girl had lost her mother who was her only support. Her father suffered from some prolonged disease and always remained bedridden. She was raised up by some cruel relatives, who tortured her in any way possible. She wasn't able to communicate with the outside world. The so-called family thought her as a burden and left her in a foster home at the tender age of 10.
Her relatives said, "After so many years finally we got rid of such a burden, now we can breath some air of relief".
Kimberly never deserved to be left alone, because in spite of her disabilities, she was always kind. She had a dream of becoming an author someday, but she was always discouraged by her relatives. But, the foster home turned out to be a blessing in disguise for her. A man named John, visited the foster home very often to help the differently-abled children in many ways. He was a counselor, a fundraiser, and a very educated personality.
He observed Kimberly from a very close perspective and learned that she had many extraordinary hidden talents and also became aware of her career option as a philologist. He taught her Braille Script, the script for helping the blind to communicate. Kimberly soon became an expert in mastering the Braille Script. She wrote so many poems, and stories that reflected her way of seeing life. She expressed life so beautifully through her words, that directly acted as inspiration for the world. She described "Kindness" as the ultimate gift, that can make a person happy. It's because, "Kindness, Love, Care" is free, when you all this to someone, you help them grow and prosper! The way John helped Kimberly live her dreams and helped her write her own Destiny clearly shows the kindness of that person.
Kimberly was born blind and dumb. She was destined to end up in a foster home. But, her Destiny wasn't to live there forever. She brought so much positive thrush in her life, that made, "Scribble Her Own Destiny".
A person doesn't take birth, with Destiny inscribed on his forehead, it's his deed (Karma) which makes them create their own Destiny.
_Story Inspired From Hellen Keller_