Henceforth I am resolved to be myself, to live my own life and write my own thoughts [as] she is known for her pragmatism and ability to compromise. She inspires confidence [as she] believes it is nice to be important, but it's more important to be nice. [To] embrace[d] life enthusiastically [and not] lose sight of yourself in the process.
To be [my] absolute best, it is certain that my own thoughts [are impacted by] those I read... because what I read becomes the very substance and texture of my mind. Some people underestimated her [but] she was chosen to lead [and her] profit was that she knew how to rejoice. [She] lived everyday from the point of view of gratitude and appreciation. [Thus] her renown, he said, will [would] endure a thousand years.
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Source: Cynthia Ozick, "What Helen Keller Saw: The making of a writer," The New Yorker http://www.newyorker.com/archive/2003/06/16/030616crat_atlarge?currentPage=3 (accessed on 24th May 2010).