I Can’t Teach Black and White

What a great time to be human, especially if you’re brown with disabilities. No I’m not speaking about the abuse that brown people have suffered and endured as a monumental flaw of humanity. This is a great time to come out as humans. This a great time to teach my brown children with autism the truth of who they are as humans. I cannot and will not teach them to call and label humans based on two inappropriate colors.

How can you do that as a person? We invest the time and energy to give names to the reflections of light that we see. Then we throw out that truth for what? I have to speak the truth on brown. Brown is the combination of primary colors. Try it at home to see for yourself. You will not be able to make black. I’ll wait.

Did you know that because Autism is a neurological disorder I will have a hard time getting them to process people as black and white? What ever damage I would do to their brains to train them that way isn’t worth it. We don’t study colors, numbers and shapes for nothing. We study the truth to use it every where we go.

Now if you want to go a little deeper, I am getting the impression that my nonverbal children can read a persons aura. My children know good loving people when they meet them. No matter what color you label yourself your energy is wrapped in more than just your physical body. My children can see that. And they don’t need to talk to live with that truth.

The rest of the world is in a different space than me and my family. But we won’t let those differences stop us from loving our family friends neighbors or countryman for who they are. Life with Disabilities is Awesome.

Published by ausomeplacetobe

I am one amazing human being named Willa Strong. I actually wrote my first book at 9 years old, it was called "The Kidnap". Now at 40 years my vision to be one of the best writers in the world is being fulfilled with the start of this blog. I am happy to give a voice to my three special children with autism and our family. Their struggles and their success have inspired me to give this life all that I have. Thank you for the support Strong-Walker Tribe. I love you!

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