Insights on a Life Without Sight

Monday, October 29, 2012

Opera singer Laurie Rubin explains that although she has been blind since birth, she has experienced color all her life. In her memoir Do You Dream in Color: Insights from a Girl Without Sight she tells the story of her life and the amazing experiences that led her to a career as an internationally celebrated mezzo-soprano, and encourages us to celebrate our differences.


Laurie Rubin
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Wow! What a joyous, radiant being you are, Laurie Rubin!

I wonder if you have ever read the book by Jacques Lusseyran 2who was blinded at age 8 but went on to be the most trusted screener of candidates for the largest resistance group in France in ww2. Fascinating look at "light"

I suspect that synesthesia is innately all of ours but we kind of atrophy

Will look for your records!

Oct. 29 2012 01:33 PM

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