The blind do not need blindfolds. They wear shades just for us even as we turn our eyes away. We give them a stick to see.
The one-legged woman stands just as tall as the two-legged man.
The blind man in the wheelchair can go far, but he can go twice as far if he holds on to the frame of the friend peddling besides him. The water basin in his lap is for all to share for the sun shines brightly and makes us thirst.