Sign Language: A blessing


It would be a sign language. There will be no unnecessary talking with tongue. It can be given some rest since I would be rely on manual communication. Just few actions along with body language  to convey my thoughts / views, that’s all. Voila ! How interesting ! Wordy has showered his blessings on me. Woke up today with this new linguistic skills and now I am able to speak with them. You want to know who they are?

They are God’s special children……the blessed ones, those who can see, walk, feel, eat, drink like us but cannot hear or speak the way we do. Good for them.  Sounding weird? Come on think of it, at least they do not indulge in baseless egoistic conversations. No back biting  or boring social talks disturb their peace of mind. No regrets as they don’t hurt people by using harsh tones. Neither these innocent souls hear rubbish nor do they speak for sake of it.


I am able to understand their dreams, aspirations and fears. They are my new friends speaking out their hearts, together we would be singing a song. What fun we are going to have ! Learn the skills and take that, Rosetta 🙂



8 Responses

    1. I worked closely with these children for more than one year or so. The school named ‘Hope’was under my husband and I use to help managing team to organise various activities. Believe me they are truly blessed. Each one of them had one or the other talent. I was so touched the way they move their fingers and hands to convey things. Fiinding an efficient & noble teacher for them is difficult.

  1. I worked with a girl that was deaf and she could of course apply sign language, but mainly for her deaf colleagues. She taught me a few things, but basically someone who cannot hear must learn to read lips because they then have contact with the speaking world. I always spoke very carefully with her, making sure I moved my lips well and she understood everything, and that was even in german. I think we took care to speak proper german and not dialect to make it easier for her to understand.

    1. Lip reading definitely helps a lot in these cases. I have closely observed and worked with deaf & dumb to draw a conclusion that they are very sharp in lip reading The way they use to laugh and give expressions on our jokes were commendable. Sorry for a late reply as I wrote it quite late at night and couldn’t check the notifications in the morning. My job at school keeps me busy.

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