Our calling always begins where our comfort zone ends; if it is something easy to do, it is not a calling.
Use our lives to demonstrate rather than deny our grandest vision. When our lives are over, what truly matters is if we lived with purpose and authenticity.
Be confident of ourselves now, accept who we were before, and dream daringly about who we can be.
Respect limitations and make the best of them. They are meant to be challenges, not enemies.
Some of the messages may seem abstract or philosophical, but Eric's experience with autism tells him that these are the messages that may inspire autistic people where other attempts have failed.
- Autistic people do not want advice shoved at them, but for them to discover by themselves on their terms.
- Some autistic people are more receptive to advice from peers compared to imposed on them by seniors or authorities.
- Silent words will keep reminding autistic people in a way that nagging could not achieve.
- Autistic people often focus on issues that are abstract or philosophical rather than grounded in our daily materialistic world.
Do install the posters discreetly: simply place these posters somewhere visible for curious readers to explore.