Available FREE to Blind & Upper-body handicapped here

Aser demos the QBraille

Help me spread the word.  All my books are now available FREE on this website for the blind and upper-body handicapped (paralysis, amputees, etc.) in ELECTRONIC BRAILLE format.

Most now have an electric braille reader connected to their computers.  A friend who has been blind all her life “translated” all my books into electronic braille for me. Here is my page:

https://inspirationsbykatheryn.com/free-braillebooks/

You will see there are no pictures on that page.  Pictures confuse the blind.  Also, I have eliminated use of a mouse because they cannot tell where the cursor is. They only use arrows to get around. 

I first explain what is on the page. Then I list categories of books in a simple row.  They just click what they want.

Those with upper-body handicaps may use a pointer under their chin or between their lips. I have used larger letters to help them target what they choose, but not so large they have to move their pointer around a lot.

I have had a couple blind people use this free service and they said it was easy to follow and fun and they were enjoying their free book selection.

HELP ME SPREAD THE WORD!

 

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Scripture for Tuesday, April 11 (4/11)

The scripture for today, April 11, is Exodus 4:11 as found in the Old Testament of the Bible:

0-Mefiboset-KINDLE Medium“Who gave man his mouth? Who makes him deaf or mute? Who gives him sight or makes him blind? Is it not I, the Lord?”

This is a dynamic verse, for it helps answer questions of, “If God is so good, why did he allow me/my relative to become deaf/blind? or crippled, or deaf?”.

God gives each of us an assignment in life. Everyone has something to overcome. The challenge is for us to do it with the smile of faith on our lips.

Paul said in 2nd Corinthians 12:10, “For Christ’s sake, I delight in weaknesses….For when I am weak, then I am strong!” If God did not believe you or your relative or friend could handle your affliction, he would not allow you to have it. It’s almost as if the more affliction you have, the more faith God is showing in you. And the more we have to rely on God, the more faith we can show in God.

After all, 2nd Corinthians 6:1 says we are workers together with God. This is your assignment. What a privilege!

 

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