Teaching The Blind Through The Sense Of Touch
Just as the deaf can often enjoy music quite a lot, beauty can indeed be experienced by the blind. The sense of touch can often be of great assistance to those with visual impairments. Many blind people can notice imperfections in things that they touched, which the associate with ugliness. For them, objects are much more beautiful if they are even and smooth, things with roughness or with a crack would cause some discomfort.

The thing about imagination is that it requires some previous knowledge in order to construct an image in your head of what you are trying to imagine. We need reference points. The blind often can not experience imagination because they do not have points of reference....
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