Composing from the Quote: Autism

I put down quotes on autism since April is Autism Awareness Month. I wrote about each of the quotes in my own speech. Here are the quotations that I picked and wrote about:

“For autistic individuals succeed in this world, they need to find their strengths and the people that will help them get to their hopes and dreams. In order to do so, ability to make and keep friends is a must. Amongst those friends, there must be mentors to show them the way. A supportive environment where they can learn from their mistakes is what we a society needs to create for them.” – Bill Wong, Autistic Occupational Therapist 

An autistic individual wants to succeed in the creation. A cosmos that can be fulfilled for them. They wanted to establish their strengths and rises to the top. They desired to conquer the world for themselves. They wanted to memorize more, including from their own mistakes. Feeling so supportive among others as well as themselves. 

“Remember, people with autism have feelings too. Be sensitive and tolerant.”

People with autism are exactly like everyone else. Don’t just judge anyone who they truly are. Just try them like everyone else. Being sensible and tolerant of others is better than being rude to them. Sounding out the “R” word is definitely rude. Say nice things to them instead. Be kind one to another. Don’t play like a bully to others, especially if they look different than anybody else.

“Autism can’t define me. I define autism” – Kerry Magro

You define autism in a matter of way. A matter of self-worth and trust. You define it with a strong meaning. It’s sort of the other way around.

“Autistic. It is only when someone has decided that the characteristics being referred to is negative that suddenly people want to separate it from the person.” – Jim Sinclair

When someone decided a negative side about autism, they’re incorrect. There’s a great deal of positive characteristics about autism when indeed in a good use. When something negative about autism comes up it put a mass of a separation in between like not wanting anyone that’s involved in towards others. A positive side is firmer and better than ever. It’s also escaping all the negative thoughts aside.

“Autism. Not for wimps or the weak of heart, but for the strong, courageous and brave hearted.”

Don’t say that autism, for chickens. Don’t even said that autism causes a weak heart. Autism is for the strong. Autism for courage. Autism is a brave hearted. Autism is for a person’s spirit.

“There is no escaping autism. Autism is your child and your child is your life. You never give up on either.” – Deciphering Morgan

When you look through autism you wanted to discover an escape. There’s no escape on autism. Autism never goes out. It all stays in there. You have to discover a way to take care of it, find some things that can help autism, and never give up.

“Autism isn’t the tragedy, Ignorance is the tragedy.”

There’s such a thing called ignorance. It’s the tragedy of the cosmos. There’s a thing called autism. It’s not just a tragedy. There’s a strong matter of autism to live the life to the widest.

“We don’t want a cure, we want acceptance.”

There’s no remedy for autism. There’s so many things to build improvements for autism. The lone thing that a person with autism wants is acceptance. Acceptance is the central thing. It prepares them better afterwards.

“Someone with autism has taught me to think outside the box.”

It’s rude to think around the negative things about a person with autism. You have to think of them like they’ll like any other individual. You accept to think positive about them. Be a real person.

“Autism is not a choice. Acceptance is. Imagine if the opposite was true.” – Stuart Duncan

There’s not a choice for autism. You accept to accept it and live a normal life. You can be a bit strong. Imagine a positive thing to manage for yourself. Be that one person.

“Look beyond autism and you will see someone special”

When you see autism you see a good side of spirit. Someone that is really special. A true touch of someone who’s fairly kind. A bright side comes from their true colors. Their personality lights up. They don’t think themselves as a soul living with autism. They’re just like anybody else.

“It is never too late to expand the mind of a person on the autism spectrum.” – Dr. Temple Grandin

There’s no right or wrong way to flesh out the life of a person living with autism. They’re exactly like everyone else in the world. Looking through the eye of a person living with autism is looking through a person with a perfect lifestyle. Supporting autism is a big thing to accomplish a person living with it. Bonding to a joy of lifetime and a new balance against it.

“Behavior is communication. Change the environment and behaviors will change” – Lana David, Autism Unites

Behavior is communicated by the motion of the body and mind. Changes are beyond the positive role for a behavior. Everything from the physical structure and mind will change rapidly. Everyone is different here.

“Autism. Where the ‘Randomness of Life’ clashes with an individual’s need for the same.” – Eileen Miller

A ‘Randomness of Life’ has a mixture of opinions, that’s related to autism. It collides with every thought. All of them equals balance through intensity.

“If you’ve met one person with autism, you’ve met one person with autism” – Dr. Stephen Shore

When you encounter a person with autism don’t think of them as someone who can’t do anything. Think of them as a person, like everyone else. A person with autism has the same personality like everyone else. They do things for themselves. They will succeed in life.

“Autism, You never truly know how it feels until it happens to you. DON’T JUDGE. Just be AWARE” – Spectrum Superstars

Never judge anyone’s opinion. Be aware of that, too. It will be difficult to truly know how they feel. Sometimes it’s rude to judge anybody. Being a true positive person can excelled. 

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