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trainees control cities in the region have come on the relentless o'bonham and the train is warnings that its troops may have to retreat at that for me, an expire that will be at the top of the hour of next. here is sports life. we talk to a blind man whose goal is to climb mount king yet. i forget you can get use around the clock on the w. com or you can find us on social media. and we'll also talk button and fortune with it's not a question of whether the next crisis will come, but only when and how the media will deal with it. how can we stay focused on what is important? shaping to morrow. now. exploring opportunities for media professionals in times of
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you owe me as a blind person, i want to see where my limits are because in the mountains i think i haven't found them yet. oh. okay them. i think it's a powerful message to transmit to blind in disabled people. yeah, sure. it's an adjective, it's a characteristic of, but it's not necessarily a limitation. i can because if you try hard and with the right team around you, oh, you can do anything with it. what get go, sir? ah, ah, 3 days before he climbs mount kenya, jed, our desk at a guy is enjoying a bit of normality with his full year old daughter. emmy, alyssa, danny, he gave me a kiss. you don't have fun earlier. when i see you guys, hello, j r is a gold medalist over 400 meters at the past 2 paralympics in the category totally
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blind. his successes thanks to training hard with his guide. keen with whom here is a special connection from what we all want. that's good, but it can be bad too. i just have to concentrate on running at 100 percent infant and focus on his subtle directions by the rope in our hands will upward. and when we both flow and we get carried away, when the results come and we run foster, mom i belong to her, was diagnosed with breton, i just pigmentosa when he was 3. that meant that he was progressively losing his sight by 18. he was completely blind to the feel. it was hard to adapt since i began to lose my sight as a teenager, the about out for a kid that age, it's complicated because your personalities being fought itself. what we want girls to like us. we want to be perceived as normal anymore, and i was not norma because i had to grab onto the shoulders of my friends on nights out and went on in class. i used a magnifying glass to read them at night and i looked at the clock and couldn't see the number. oh yeah, the eskimo levant,
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thou armed our law. i am grateful that it happened like this because i have started adulthood with my blindness except to down beside me that i am living with the cards that have been dealt with me that i am blind. and luckily i have the tools and technology to see with other things just nothing. ok. yeah. but i will there shortly. lavish in one gosh with us. it's also been tougher to rob's mother. my mom wouldn't that girl or she used to play football until at 88 or 9. his teammates told him for better not bad because he was the goalkeeper and half of the bolt went in, which i did that if you know that your child has a difficulty, you tried to protect him, but he never allowed that. re. jetta is very inscrutable and well, he denied it. i had no, nothing's wrong, right? i was invalid that he needed to be challenged to deal with it. he needs to pursue new goals. like let's see how far can i go? a few though your kids the most independent of my children. his next goal climbing non kenya's, 5200, meet his with what can you see if there's a car for
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a supermarket down there? asking car, what's it wrong? can you see anything or not arrival in nairobi, kenya? here as in other african countries, avoidable blindness is increasing. so chicago meets another blind to paralympic champion who is fighting for awareness. henry. hi, marsden with you. i my brother, how are you? good. yeah, thank you very much. yeah, no. hm. kenya. henry one. yeah. okay. and gerard, uninvited on to a panel to discuss awareness of blindness. ah, we pay attention and all the things like this man, boy with my daughter, the same i never see the face or the body. she's the magazine bullied in my head. if somebody to me, happy, got bid out in the morning. prepare myself. maybe a few minutes before that because i take more time and then title to me is very,
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very important because hidden support is taught about tight. i'd not borderline. and it's difficult to accept that you are different by the other. but the most important thing is, except ourself. now i'm very happy because i, i love myself, i accept jim, i had to go a long way before he could accept himself. first, he climbed to 3000 me to mountain, then mo, blah, now not kenya. the 2nd highest peak him africa. ahead of him a 5 days of hiking, then 12 hours of timing. his father accompanies him to pace. can we tell him to sit out just as a role model and tries to improve? and each challenge that he sets himself, gilbert, i think that makes people see that limitations are imposed by oneself. that's what jerry always says. i used to work with him because it overall honestly to finish my trees. a really green sugar renovated from the very impressive with the trees are very impressive yesterday. they also so monkeys at lunch time, but from her lab,
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it's not what is today. i would not have imagined the forest trail to be beautiful, but because you want a dirt track, it smells like i don't remember visually, i guess it gives you a lot easier. but since i don't see, i ask what i mean monkey. what i'm, what i feel at peace is when they go over to singing, the ground is soft and the air is spectacular. and i feel great. so and i day picked up will id my son to move in on. i mean, we'll get, ah, she comes young bill. i don't know what they're called, but it's cool. touch it going. yeah. wow, cool. it's really soft to, i guess best friend fiscal is also his adventure companion or social tonight. if we sleep at 3000 meters, it will be noticeable with over 233504000. a contact will tell you
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in and there's nothing else lying around out here, right? no, not that i know this is talk out of, he didn't accept that he was really going blind. he fooled himself that he could still see it. when he was walking down the street, he didn't care at all on the subway. he bumped into people, stuck on the ceiling. he was embarrassed. i used to stick. you didn't like that he was going blind. imagine at that age with go to friends, feels like and it was a very hot transition. i think these challenges helped us going, climbing and coached as to say, this is who we are. we're thankful because there's a solution to any problem that we can adapt to everything ah, and over this is good. can you see the valley? the sun is rising men. do you notice the delight or not? but a little on the horizon over today you can see the cliff we have passed, which is like a door. there's a valley between cliffs and you can see the peaks and a few stars and
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a very orange light. beautiful. and i look at i have you. i wish you could see it. i feel it. and that's very important to ah, joy procedures. can i go through places where it's hard for me to walk and he follows me and it's like he doesn't care every step even if you bumps into the rocks. gosh, he goes forward. and that is tiger ish determination, because he isn't spy at me. as since i met him, linsey dot had got us to real me thanks me because i pushed him to do things but he has helped me more little brother how to find a solution for problem how to be practical. i've imagined being blight many times and it's not nice, but for him being blind is not a problem anymore. that connection has changed my life. i know that you're michel, i use one to grab and the other one i need to latest ground on the state and bridge
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where the client summit team comprises jetta, cisco and legendary openness. oscar cardiac, one of the few people to have climbed all 18 mountains over 8000 meters without oxygen. i got you got the assign says little to caves. 100 meters are careful of the stones. rio up as the river. it's passing by and it reaches a point where it becomes a waterfall. it falls a bit 30 meters here. yes. yes. oh mm hm. ah . out of the been pulled on tight. your feet behind me are doing fine. obama, the whole spectacular here. some other treat her with a late going on level. yeah,
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they become from their yes, miss travelled the whole valley below, you can see the lake where we came from is already far away. more levels. here. we can see the whole savannah yellow hovel as for alice, alanna, there's a splendor you've been a, what a pity than i can't see it. when i imagine it's spectacularly went up or went back out. and many people who haven't been able to come up here for you lucky and you can tell them you're a good 1. 1 is on agreement with us. do so suppose condo, i night, the puerto is performed are cool music. i believe it's orange no to fire. oh, it's yellow or wouldn't it requires you on the fire. the only thing that they can see it's quite important in climbing to know where your body is. yeah. i think that the eyes are not important to me. climbing a lot of times, i bought them to see the rude bud. you know what the feelings are the most important this expeditions also fast for climate felix back?
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no, i've never climbed with a blind person on such a big mountain. it. is it more? i think a mental strength then really necessarily ability because the terrain, if you don't see it as difficult to manage and if he look how he keeps on hitting a rock and twisting with the ankles, he just keeps on going, which a lot of people will just give up, i think after that happened 3 times to them like your mouth. and so i've got the white, bad altitude sickness and a lot of neck pain because there was a bad moment when i thought we'd have to turn back on the clue. if it was raining a lot right down the, i imagine you can hear it on the one the was so we don't know if we'll be able to try it or what will happen was having with naughty of wilmington. that last, you know, give us a for a n time for the summit, ready to go in good for so it is fight altitude sickness and lack of sleep it off as determined to reach the top of mount
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kenya. hello. did it took the right foot goes up. that's it. you have a good step there, brian. yeah, i know it's hailing and to be honest, i'm having quite a hard time on these are the moments where i prefer a warm bed without this heading off to 12 hours of climbing the summit of mount kenya is within reach. jehovah has made it with, you know, when he thought of you, i think the beauty of life is that everyone can be himself asked me to walk in the end. we are here to be happy and make our loved ones happy. consequently, for us to live life, which is short enough, if we don't enjoy it now i and it's over harder and there is, i mean, long mm.
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