“I love to do the floral patterns and design on the baskets. It is very joyful and satisfying to see the finished work. It is also very humbling to see how much creativity and talent the Lord has blessed our sisters with as they weave beautiful baskets.”
These girls who are blind or whose sight is impaired have a special place in my heart.
I felt humbled listening to the elderly blind ladies who sat cross legged with beaming smiles as they weaved their baskets and sang “How Great Thou Art”. Then we all joined in. It was a privilege to sit and hold the hand of a dear woman in the hospital wing who was...
Pandita Ramabai was a social reformer who fought for the education and the rights of women.
Akshi, who was born blind, arrived at Mukti as a tiny two-year-old. Now she lives with her sisters in the Bougainvillea family, our home for our visually challenged children, and is in 7th grade at Manorama Memorial High School.
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