- Eight-year-old Divine is a great dancer despite being deaf and mute
- The talented little girl dances without music
- Divine's mother passed on when she was just a year old
It is a common saying that when life throws you lemons, make lemonade. Simply put, this means making the best out of a bad situation.
Some streets have become the home for people living with disabilities as they resort to begging to make ends meet.
However, Briefly.co.za has gathered the report of a young girl who happens to be living life on her own terms despite being deaf and mute.
Eight-year-old Divine is a talented dancer despite her disabilities. According to her cousin, Nancy Nguevese Atsugh, the little girl’s mother passed on when she was just a year old and she is now responsible for her care.
Divine attends a special school for the deaf and blind. Despite living without the ability to hear or speak, the little girl is able to dance without music.
See a video of Divine dancing below:
This is beautiful. Divine's story will serve as an inspiration to many who decide to be depressed over a disability.
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that a deaf and mute couple recently tied the knot in Akwa Ibom.
They say love is a universal language; newly-wed couple, Otu and Nseobong, have proven just that after they celebrated their love in the presence of family and friends in a beautiful wedding ceremony.
Interestingly, the couple are speech- and hearing-impaired but their disabilities only brought them closer as they walked down the aisle in their hometown.
Photos from the special ceremony have been making waves on the internet with everyone congratulating the adorable couple.
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