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IMAGINE . . .

If ET had never been created.  Or Schindler's List.  Or Saving Private Ryan.

Imagine if the world was still waiting for a British chef to start a healthy food revolution. 

Imagine if one of the 20th century's most visionary entrepreneur had believed the teachers who told him he wasn't destined for much.

If Sonny was still waiting for a babe to get.

Imagine if the lakers had no Magic.

Or there were just three Beatles

If Mickey Mouse was never born or Alice never went to Wonderland.

If there was no Swedish furniture to struggle to put together.

Imagine if reading this page of text caused a rising tide of overwhelming panic.

If keeping your eyes moving left to right and left to right across the page entailed ninja like discipline.

Imagine that there are children sitting every day in classrooms across Canada believing that they are lazy, stupid or wrong because their brains don't process the same way as everyone else.

Imagine that 'struggling with school' and 'not amounting too much' didn't need to be their story.

Imagine that you could be a part of movement to provide the funds and opportunities for these children to be taught in a way that makes sense for their brain, in a way that boosted and not diminished their self-esteem. 

In a way that gave them the tools to perhaps write the sequel to Gatsby, run for office, run a company, run a country or maybe just run willingly to school.

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BOLD

bold
bōld/
adjective
1. showing an ability to take risks; confident and courageous.
synonyms: daring, intrepid, brave, courageous, valiant, valorous, fearless, dauntless, audacious, daredevil;

BRAVE

brave
brāv/
adjective
1. ready to face and endure danger or the unknown; showing courage.
synonyms: courageous, valiant, valorous, intrepid, heroic, lionhearted, bold, fearless, gallant, daring, plucky, audacious

POSSIBLE

pos·si·ble
ˈpäsəb(ə)l/
adjective
1.able to be done; within the power or capacity of someone or something. synonyms:  feasible, practicable, practical, viable, within the bounds/realms of possibility, attainable, achievable

What Does Dyslexia Look Like?

The following list is by no means exhaustive, but it is a general list of some of the most common tell tale signs of dyslexia in elementary school aged children.

When we change the way we look at things

the things we look at change.  An introduction to Audible changed our life for the better.

Positive Traits of Dyslexia

We spend some much time talking about the things that people with dyslexia can't do and the 'struggles' that they have.  And I wonder what it might be like if we all tried to live in a dyslexia world and the 'struggles' we might have.

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    Hey.  Because of you, one more child went to bed saying 'Yes I can".