While the solution may not always be obvious, there’s a way around every obstacle. It takes a strong commitment and the will to think outside of the box.

While it may no be possible to replace his lost eyes, Daniel Kish has learned to do anything a sighted person can. Rather that attempting to restore his sight, Daniel developed a kind of  sonar using only his mind and senses. More of his story is here.

Daniel is proof that the way to a goal may not always be direct or obvious. If we can be flexible about how we reach it, there is always a path that will take us there.