Helen Keller Day 2020. This is one of the great holidays for all the disabled, blind & deaf people. Hellen Keller day celebrated every year. The day promotes everyone, who wants to make better they can do it. Helen Keller’s day observed by the United States of America. The day was celebrate commemorates of Helen. Every American people’s recall the day very honors. Helen Keller suffers an illness in her childhood. It makes her blind & deaf when she was 2 years old. She was born on 27 June 1880. And also, Helen Keller Day celebrates on her birthday every year.
How to Celebrate the day?
The day celebrates with most honors. Everyone read about Helen Keller’s life history on this day. All the people of your community who alive with hardships and achieved something in life. Many people arrange a seminar for this day, and they speak about the disabled, blind & deaf people care. If you have any blind or deaf or disable person in your family, then spend a whole day with them. And give them support, care, go out for lunch or dinner. Don’t forget the day to celebrate. You can share a post on social media with hashtag Helen Keller Day.
Helen Keller Day 2020
Here, we mention how to celebrate this day, and what is the history of the holiday. And also, Helen Keller many quotes. So, if you want to know about Helen Keller’s day, then read this post attentively. We hope that it will help you a lot.
Helen Keller Quotes
Helen Keller’s share the best Quotes to everyone. Here, we mention some best quotes.
‘Love is like a beautiful flower, which I may not touch, but whose fragrance makes the garden a place of delight just the some’.
‘Never Bend Your Head, Hold It High, Look The World Straight In The Eye’.
‘Life is either a daring adventure or nothing at all’.
‘My Share Of The Work May be Limited, but the fact that it is work makes it precious’.
‘What I’m Looking for is not out there, It is in me’.
‘Life is a succession of lessons that must be lived to be understood’.
The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched, they must be felt with the heart.
History of Helen Keller Day
Helen Keller was live in Alabama, United States. As a blind & deaf, she doesn’t stop her any dreams. She learns the Sign languages with the help of her teacher Anne Sullivan. After that, she became the first blind & deaf person who has earned a bachelor’s degree. The holiday was first announced on 23 March 1960. After that, President Jimmy Carter announced on 27 June 1980 is Helen Keller Day. The holiday is Helen Keller’s birthday. And also, the holiday is observed by private organizations and blind associations & many international organizations that help disabled people. Helen Killer won the Oscar for a documentary and the name of the documentary is Helen Keller in Her Story. The documentary was released in 1954 & she received the Oscar in 1955.