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Amla Mehta discusses new book chronicling light & dark aspects of her blindness

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Amla chronicles the light and dark aspects of vision loss based on universal themes like facing inequality and vast change. Amla's journey of blindness organically became the catalyst that enabled her to love unconditionally; including her innate irregularities along with Amla's internal and external shimmery qualities of herself.

Nature is a perfect example of how we, as a human race, are meant to expand and grow. Even the most weathered, gnarled tree encompasses a unique pattern of magnificence. And if every living being can accept nature in totality, resonating with the imperfections and strengths. Why can't  we, as a collective community, value and accept one another's similarities and differences simultaneously?

Through the lens of being legally blind, Amla will empower you to radiate your authenticity despite any adversity. After all, every star in the galaxy sparkles differently. Yet that's precisely what makes the universe ever so spectacular

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