‘Right before my teary eyes, I saw many reasons to be grateful’ Lateef Adedimeji gets emotional after a visit to the school of blind
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Nollywood actor Lateef Adedimeji has taken to social media to share an emotional encounter after visiting a school of the blind.

Playing a blind person in a new movie, the actor expressed appreciation to God in a lengthy post on his Instagram page as he imagines how the blind students feel.

While urging his fans and colleagues to visit the students, the actor said their memories live with him and decided to visit them often.

Lateef Adedimeji wrote: Today I witnessed the beauty of God’s creations in full HD, right before my teary eyes, I saw many reasons to be grateful…

God is awesome, he confounds us humans with his sensational wonders, His ways are not the ways of men, and today I give up trying to understand God, that’s not my job, let Him be God and let me be His subject…

I spent a good time of my life today with some special humans, you call them blind, I call them God’s eyes, these guys couldn’t see me in flesh and blood but they connected with my soul in more ways than one can imagine …

There was no better way to spend my day than with these special breeds, happy souls, with gifted hands and charismatic spirits…

From the first minute, till I left them physically, they were full of life and vigor, I may not be with them physically as I type this, but my heart is close to them…

Find time, pay a visit to these people you will then understand what I mean, from now on, I’ll make it a festival, they aren’t alone… They will see me more often.

Wish I could go on and on… I leave it here now but their memories live with me, it won’t go away and I’m not complaining… It is what it is and I’m grateful for it.

Let me tell you one thing, Wherever you find yourself, whatever you’re going through, no matter the situation., As long as you’re alive, there’s hope for you, please do not give up because Life is beautiful and God is good

Playing the role of a blind person, i can only imagine how they feel.

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