@oliviarenee_fit well said. My dad had scoliosis but I didn't know until much later in his life. He ran track and I don't think he let it affect him much as far as what he did or attempted. Made me realize some things We are more than the sum of our parts. We chose what defines us. Wither it's our flaws, our limitations, our weaknesses, or our strengths, our determination, our courage. Much of what we are is shaped by who we see ourselves as and what we do with the road blocks that life throws at us. All of us have challenges, obsticles to overcome, or be limited by. The fact that you do not let a genetic disadvantage hold you back or limit you is proof that self perception is our biggest limitation. There are so many people I admire, who have overcome or not allowed themselves to be limited by physical or mental abnormalities. You guys are so inspiring to me. I truly hope that when you look in the mirror you see what I do, someone who defines themselves not by weaknesses or imperfections, but by who they are, and who they want to be. I think we all struggle with who we see in the mirror, but you are willing to put in the effort it takes to sculpt the person in the mirror into what you want, that is beautiful.
I don’t remember any society puting any food on my table If i didn’t...So,be yourself ,embrace your akwardeness because it gives you character 💪💪💪