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I was born with a severe case of dyslexia, but back then the so-called experts didn’t know what dyslexia was and they called us retarded.
When I was seven those “experts” told my mother I would never learn to read or write. She cried on the drive home and made the decision she would not let me follow in my brother’s footsteps. My brother was 12 years older than me and was already into drugs, a violent lifestyle, and was in prison when I was seven. Richard, my brother, spent 15 years of his 64 behind bars. He died illiterate at 64.
Motivated, my mother taught me to read and write with advice from my 1st-grade teacher, not the “experts”.
Living with dyslexia comes with some tough challenges to overcome, but it also comes with gifts such as:
“Highly intuitive – known to have ‘street smarts.’ Is often ‘dead on’ in judging personalities of others.
“May be able to sense emotions and energy of others”
I know that I have those two good dyslexia gifts because they served me well during my thirty years as a public school teacher. But I also live with several of the curses that come with dyslexia.
In short, back in 2016 when I watched Trump on stage during the presidential debates, my impression from his body language was that he was a monster and I have not changed my mind.
I think that the world would be a much safer place if Trump suddenly collapsed, ended up back in the hospital, and died from COVID-19 complication in the next couple of weeks.
If he doesn’t, I will not relax until January 20th when Biden will be sworn in as president, and even then the danger Trump represents will never be gone as long as he is alive and his base continues to blindly worship him. If he cannot comment a civil war to put him back in power, he will run again for president in 2024 and every four years after that if the GOP doesn’t stop him.