Braille : The World Of The Blind

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Imagine if you couldn 't see anything. You are seized by darkness and enclosed by a constant perception to look. You are blind as a bat and the colors you see in this world are only the ones you have imagined. The world would be a very contrasting place. Powerless to read a thrilling book and incompetent to do the most delighted hobbies. Unable to understand the appearance of your self and others, where everything you see is what your wild imagine has led you to believe. This is the world of the blind. I will be telling you about the word-wide famous, one and only system that has helped countless visionless people. The Braille system! What is Braille?:
As of 2012 there were 285 million visually impaired people in the world, of which 246 million had low vision and 39 million were blind. What would be the outcome of these people? Shall they suffer in pain and agony yearning to learn and be free of there enclosed eyes? Well, braille, a form of written for blind people, in which characters are represented by patterns of raised dots that are felt with the fingertips that has enabled blind individuals to revive there passions of learning. Braille, isn 't a language but nearly every widely-spoken language out there sports its own Braille system: it isn’t relegated exclusively to English. Or written language in general! Math, computer science, and music (which was developed quite early in the system’s existence) all have their own unique system to accommodate the

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