The spirit of Helen Keller (praise the spirit of Helen Keller)
Helen Keller, a famous American female writer, was born in June 1880 in Muhammad, Tuscany, Alabama, USA bia. Because of a sudden illness, she has been blind and deaf since she was a child, so she has to learn about the world, people and nature through touch. For this reason, she has endured hardships and tribulations that ordinary people cannot bear, but like Zhang Haidi in China, she is physically disabled and strong. With extraordinary perseverance and outstanding talent, she wrote many articles that made readers’ hearts throb, and became an important blind writer in the history of American literature. She was also named one of the greatest women of the new century. In 1964, Karen Keller received the Presidential Medal of the United States and died two years later.
Helen Keller has many works, including “My Perception of the Magical World”, “Out of the Darkness”, “My Life”, “If You Give Me Three Days of Light” ” and “The Diary of Helen Keller.” Among these works, “If You Give Me Three Days of Light” is the most famous and the author’s favorite one. This work is published on the theme of prose. After being deaf and blind in the first half of the work, the writer experienced tremendous changes in his heart and gained a profound understanding of life. The second part is about my academic career and my inner exploration of the world and nature after reinvigorating my network of friends and resources. If You Give Me Three Days of Light has beautiful and gorgeous language, full of philosophical thinking and imagination. Especially in terms of feeling for nature, the author expresses his rare and delicate thoughts and unique feelings, and shows the magnificence of nature with poetic description. Nature is like an indescribable picture scroll in the author’s mind, full of mystery and magic. In the spiritual communication with nature, “If You Give Me Three Days of Light” can be regarded as the swan song in the history of literature.
This work is actually the author’s own autobiography. Many things or scenes described by the author are her own personal experiences, which are very real and touching. Through these, the author wants to tell readers that even if a person is physically disabled, he can still love life and be a useful person to the world. Hope, healing, positivity, love and light are all things we need to rediscover after our lives are reborn. Once you get into these life themes, you will become a person with a thirst for life. You’ll feel confident about the future and ready to deliver yourself. On the way forward, any difficulties or the negative energy brought by temporary disappointment and discouragement will not be able to break you down, you will become invincible, and finally welcome the glorious dawn that life bestows on you. This kind of affirmation and praise of nature and man is better than all external material glory, which reflects the author’s deep understanding of life and transcendence of his own destiny.
Helen Keller is unfortunate, because fate did not give her light, and she will not be welcomed even for three days. But at the same time, she is also lucky, because through her own efforts and the sublimation of her life, she defeated herself and realized her ideals and aspirations, and finally changed from a disabled and weak life to a person with great love and strong will. strong love of natureBy.
It can be seen that God is fair. When he closes the windows of the body for you, he opens for you a window of the soul that will be more meaningful, visionary, and worthwhile than the windows of the body.