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When he was a little boy, he was never called gifted. He never went to formal school. He was a Down’s baby. Not a baby or child with Down Syndrome, among other distinguishing characteristics. Not a child with exceptionalities. Not a person with special abilities. No. He wasn’t all that. He was mostly a label. To his extended family- a bit of an embarrassment. But to his Daddy, Mother and Sisters- a little boy to love. A brother. A child.
A human being.
Today we are very careful, for the most part, to avoid labeling human beings in our speech and dialogue. It has become a bit of a political issue, in part. A bit of a cultural taboo. But although we don’t outwardly label per say in our public conversations (particularly in our professional ones), we still internally characterize people based on distinguishing features. How large or small they…
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