Accessibility always makes me smile. That’s because someone or some organization took the time to think about how a person in a wheelchair can have access to their business, or some type of organization, housing, etc., that is open to the public. This morning, it was my church. My church has automatic doors so that people who might have a difficult time opening one of the other doors can come in and be part of the worship service, or take part in some other form of ministry. They also have a very cool lift behind the modern worship platform. Since I’m a harmonica player I have had the privilege of sharing my gift with those in the congregation. But it could not, and would not happen if someone had not taken the time to think about people in wheelchairs. Allow me to offer my gratitude to all who take the time to make it possible for people with disabilities of all kinds to access the community. Whether you are the ones who thought of the ideas, or built the ideas, I’m truly grateful.
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