This morning, I woke up and read about Alex Truesdell, a recipient of a MacArthur Genius Award. She is described as
a visionary social entrepreneur who creates low-tech, affordable tools and furniture that enable children with disabilities to participate actively in their homes, schools, and communities. Truesdell challenges our assumption that disabilities are fixed and instead suggests that limitations can be minimized, or even eliminated, with effective user-inspired adaptations—the kind she creates as founder and director of the nonprofit Adaptive Design Association (ADA).
You can read more about her here. If you need a good, cleansing cry about something beautiful, watch the video.
The Universe is abundant, and there is much for which to be grateful. Thank you, Alex, for the work that you're doing.