Could You Have A Mental Disability?

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         The other day I went to the cinema with mum. Once a month they show a movie with a message. The town major speaks beforehand, and afterwards there’s a debate.

        Hasta La Vista, also known as Come As You Are, is a heavily awarded Belgian comedy/drama. Three guys in their twenties love wine and women but they’re still virgins. Under their savings and the guise of a wine tour they embark on a journey to a brothel in Spain hoping to have their first sexual experience.

Jozef is blind, Philip is paralyzed from the neck down, and Lars is in a wheelchair with a terminal brain tumor. But they’re not going to let anything stand in their way!

     A movie well worth watching that will have you laughing, crying, and thinking…

     We don’t have to be blind or in a wheelchair to be disabled. Many of us have disabilities that are not visible on the surface, and I’m not talking about physical impairments here.

I’m talking about self-imposed mental limitations: I’m too old, It’s too late, I’m too busy, I’m too fat, I’m not good enough, I don’t deserve it…

      Made up limitations that prevent us from doing the things we really want to do.

      Lars, Philip and Jozef would be outraged, because for them anything was possible.

      I loved it when  the towards the end of the movie mum said:

Self-imposed disabilities, only we humans could come up with something so stupid!

The good thing is, ours don’t have to be terminal. Just watch, and let 20 year old Albert Cassals inspire you:

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